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Re: Re: Hostility to "binary XML"

Re:  Re: Hostility to "binary XML"

>> I think that if you really wanted to, you could get 99% of 
>> this speed up anyway.  Don't check the characters, check the 
>> name against the DTD, and then only if it isn't declared 
>> check the characters and then fake a declaration so it will 
>> be quick next time.

>Then you are requiring a schema.

No, as I said, you fake a declaration for undeclared elements.
Something equivalent to <!ELEMENT foo ANY>.  If you aren't doing any
kind of validation, it can just be a list of element names that
you've seen.

I doubt that it would make much difference.  Looking up the name is
likely to take longer than checking that the characters are all name

-- Richard


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