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- Date: Tue, 25 May 1999 15:17:05 -0600
> I think we need a bit more detail, because, on the
> face of it your proposal *completely* breaks both
> forwards and backwards compatibility with SAX1.
That's pretty much the question that we have to answer: do
we completely break the compatibility with the old APIs to
design the new SAX right; or do we limit the growth of SAX
because of the legacy issue?
Creating new packages (and thus new API) *does* make
migration an all-or-nothing approach but if the new API has
features that people want, then they will switch.
> StreamParser (was SAXParser)
I like your refactorization better! :) It's still
clean and separated for everyone to have a standard
way of doing things.
Andy Clark * IBM, JTC - Silicon Valley * firstname.lastname@example.org
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