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- From: "Mark L. Fussell" <email@example.com>
- To: David Megginson <firstname.lastname@example.org>
- Date: Wed, 17 Dec 1997 10:12:55 -0800 (PST)
On Wed, 17 Dec 1997, David Megginson wrote:
> In other words, we need at least one other parser writer on board
> besides Tim and me (a duopoly is almost as bad as a monopoly), and at
> least two other applet/application writers besides Peter.
On the application side (or meta-application), I will commit to having
MONDO and mindo on the API within a couple days of when you release it.
As a semi-application, this includes a DOM builder that I will be
releasing early tomorrow. Is this acceptable as an application?
> Another interesting question is the DOM. I have not taken the time
> yet to see if this interface provides enough information to construct
> the most basic DOM nodes -- if it does (or at least, can), then we
> could have a single DOM module maintained separately (using the common
> event interface) instead of requiring each parser writer to create a
> separate one. A separate DOM module with its own maintainer would be
> much more likely to stay up to date and robust.
Well, I have an architecture, APIs and code that handle building arbitrary
object models, which includes both the type and content of a DOM Document.
This loosely couples the XML events to the DOM object construction, so the
DOM model can be maintained independently of the parser. You could also
have multiple DOM implementation models if you want (and I suspect people
When I move the mindo release up I will let people know so they can
look at it and try it out. (This mindo release is much, much smaller than
the MONDO-J release although it is based on the same concepts and code
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