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- From: Peter@ursus.demon.co.uk (Peter Murray-Rust)
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- Date: Thu, 19 Jun 1997 07:19:32 GMT
In message <33A88B52.9FCC78DC@datachannel.com> firstname.lastname@example.org (John Tigue) writes:
> Now that the number of XML processor implementations is increasing
> rapidly, I would like to continue the subject of API standardization. I
> have written a document which discusses the issue and presents an
> informal proposal which continues the discussion of API standardization
> for Java.
> The document is located at:
This is a really first-class approach to the subject and I welcome it.
John has taken the time to summarise 4 parsers including his/datachannel's own
and this is an excellent starting point. As an 'xmlProcessorConsumer' JUMBO
will adopt this approach as soon as I work it out.
> The first goal is to find a lowest common denominator for the current
> implementations and abstract that to a set of interfaces such that a
> developer could use this new API independent of an underlying
> implementation of the XML processor and/or invest in learning the
> particular benefits a specific implementation provides.
> I hope the site will serve as a convenience to the community and I will
> maintain it as a summary of what is going on in this list. Any feedback
> would be greatly appreciated. This is a work in progress. The greater
> the contributions, the better it will serve its purpose.
This is really great. I'm in a rush, but at this stage
standard terminology for the XML-related terms (Element, Attribute, etc.) and
standard terminology for the Java-related stuff (Strea, Factory) etc.
is exactly what is required.
> John Tigue
> DataChannel (http://www.datachannel.com)
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