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- To: Tyler Baker <firstname.lastname@example.org>
- Date: Tue, 13 Oct 1998 16:43:20 -0400 (EDT)
Tyler Baker writes:
> I am not so sure a CORBA IDL definition of SAX would be so useful
> anyways unless you developed some efficient method of multiplexing
> the SAX events that get sent over the network.
It seems like a fairly simple thing to manage, because the
dependencies are mostly one-way -- the driver could deliver events in
chunks of 100 (or 1,000, or whatever), blocking only when it needs
user input from an EntityResolver.
> As far as C++ goes, I don't think a lot of people are doing too
> much work here because any popular C++ tools for Windows have
> pretty much no chance anymore of making an impact because of a very
> well known large company having the reputation of cloning anything
> and everything of any value written in C++ (looks like Java and a
> few other lesser known languages are the last bastion of hope for
> the software industry).
That might be an extreme position. MS certainly has reduced
techno-diversity in commercial software, but it hasn't been able to do
much damage to free software (which is where most XML parsers live):
for example, Apache and Perl still own their markets.
All the best,
David Megginson email@example.com
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