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- From: Peter@ursus.demon.co.uk (Peter Murray-Rust)
- To: firstname.lastname@example.org
- Date: Sun, 02 Mar 1997 11:32:40 GMT
[I have changed the subject to 'NXP' so that if this parser is specifically
discussed in future there is a placeholder. More general replies should
go the the thread on XML API or elsewhere.]
You have an honoured position on this list having written a
very impressive piece of code to get us started.
In message <Pine.OSF.3.93.970302112022.5679Bemail@example.com> Norbert Mikula writes:
> However, NXP is not dead. I will now try to sync with
:-) Runs fine on my machine!
> current status of disucussion, especially the API
> thread is interesting to me.
I have recently posted suggesting that we should try to consolidate
on a simple API to get us started. My own development depends to a
significant extent on what API I can use after parsing. I want it to
be very clearly separated, because I see a parser as being a 'bolt-in'
tool rather than a component which drives the rest of the application.
(Maybe this isn't possible, but it's worth trying for).
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