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- From: Lars Marius Garshol <email@example.com>
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- Date: 19 Jan 1999 09:55:13 +0100
* Joel Riedesel
| Would someone remind me where a page to commercially available
| (usable in a commercial environment - free or not) XML parsers is?
You can look here:
As far as I am aware, this is the most complete collection of XML
If you're going to keep switching parsers I would take a close look at
SAX, which can make that job easier.
| Barring that, I'm really looking for an extremely fast XML parser
| for well-formed documents (not valid - no DTD). [...] (In java.)
Have a look at XP, Lark and AElfred. They are all very fast.
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