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Re: Big XML file


lexical xml file
I wrote:
>Similarly, in Markup Object Events (MOE), you get the document reported as 
>events.  If you want to build a tree, you just feed subsequent events to 
>the root event for the tree, and the tools build the tree and notify you 
>when it's ready.  The listen() method is at the heart of this, and it's 
>pretty simple.
>
>http://moe.sourceforge.net/docs/com/simonstl/moe/CoreComponentI.html#listen(com.simonstl.moe.CoreComponentI)

After a complaint about my lack of documentation, I remembered that a 
better brief introduction (part of a presentation) starts at:

http://simonstl.com/articles/lexical/MOEapproach.html

Better documentation will arrive with a new version.  Time is an enormously 
constraining factor at the moment, unfortunately.



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