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- From: Clark Evans <email@example.com>
- To: James Robertson <firstname.lastname@example.org>
- Date: Thu, 25 Mar 1999 03:48:52 +0000
James Robertson wrote:
| At 03:08 25/03/1999 , JPA wrote:
| | Hello,
| | I'm currently working on an xml convertor-generator. When finished, the
| | tool will, if you take the bother to type the structure of your input
| | format and mappings on entities and attributes, construct a convertor.
| | There's no documentation as yet, and some stuff missing (escaping, for
| | one thing), but if there's enough interest I'll put it on a website as is.
| | Paul Janssens - email@example.com
| Not wishing to rain on your parade, but aren't
| you re-inventing the wheel here?
Actually, a program which created an efficient
program to convert XML conforming to a specific
DTD to another product would be a very cool
invention, very different from using Perl
I have Omnimark programs which take a great
deal of processing power (I'd hate to see the
Perl equivalent). Cutting it in half with a
program that generated a program would be
very cool indeed. What kind of 'efficiencies'
do you get when you remove the interpreted layer?
I'm reading this that you are more or less
doing a YACC thing? Is this a correct
interpretation? Will it do SGML?
(I guess I can run it through nsgmls
to make the XML equivalent first.)
Is it open source? Hopefully it
will generate C code (for speed).
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