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- From: Chris Maden <firstname.lastname@example.org>
- To: email@example.com
- Date: Tue, 30 Dec 1997 10:35:17 -0500
> I am wondering where XML-Devers see SAX-J relative to DPH?.
By definition, the DPH isn't going to have much to do with SAX-J.
However, you raise a good point; the SAX-J folks should decide whether
an identity transform is a goal, and if so, comments need to be
included. If not, then SAX-J is not an appropriate tool to use for
> He is the guy staring at 10GB of corporate XML docs and just wants
> to change
> throughout the whole lot. If he uses SAX-J he blows all the
> aide-memoires stuffed into his comments? He also blows his CDATA
> marked sections. Is the DPH destined to always use a fully blown
> parser to output XML?
Hell, no! He'd be a fool to use Java for this when
s/555-1234/555-4321/g will do the trick. (I suspect that in any
real-world situation like this, *all* numbers would want to be
changed, but if not, just include the markup in the sed command.)
<!NOTATION SGML.Geek PUBLIC "-//Anonymous//NOTATION SGML Geek//EN">
<!ENTITY crism PUBLIC "-//O'Reilly//NONSGML Christopher R. Maden//EN"
<USMAIL>90 Sherman Street, Cambridge, MA 02140 USA" NDATA SGML.Geek>
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