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Re: Re: [Sax-devel] SAX - endDocument() confusion again

detect encoding
At 19:04 28.2.2004, you wrote:
>information. Therefore Parsifal (and other SAX parsers) should indeed call 
>startDocument, fatalError, and endDocument in that order when they 
>encounter an error very early in the XML document. If the client uses the 
>Locator2 object at any point in this process, they deserve what they get.

Yes. Like I wrote I wanted the actual document encoding to be known at 
startDocument stage that's why I decided to detect encoding before 
startDocument - to avoid polling "getEncoding" in some other callback if 
one needs to know the original encoding. But SAX Locator2 isn't available 
at startDocument - so this makes Parsifal wrong. But well, there isn't 
Locator2 implemented in parsifal (although similar info is available) and 
Parsifal isn't yet "candidate for SAX reference implementation" ;-). I have 
to consider if I change startDocument to be called before encoding 
detection in Parsifal's case.

with respect,
Toni Uusitalo


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