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- To: Tyler Baker <firstname.lastname@example.org>
- Date: Thu, 21 Jan 1999 13:14:51 -0700
> > 4. an IDL definition of the SAX interface to allow a clean interface
> > for non-Java languages (like in the DOM REC).
> Someone already did this a while back. But I have not heard of it since.
> Nevertheless, for a set of event interfaces, I am not so sure straight CORBA
> would do the trick in terms of doing things over the wire. Integrating SAX with
> the Events Service would probably do the trick here...
I don't think the particular aim is to marshal SAX events over an ORB. The
aim is simply to define an interface so that all applications in languages
with a CORBA mapping can implement the SAX interfaces uniformly, improving
A SAX parser that uses the Event service to allow distributed use would,
however, be a good exercise, and might even find real-world use.
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