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   Re: Two more SAX2 (0601) Parsers

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  • From: David Brownell <david-b@pacbell.net>
  • To: xml-dev@ic.ac.uk
  • Date: Thu, 24 Jun 1999 02:11:32 -0700

I've just provided an update here.  Only minor fixes were needed to those
parsers, but now there's more:

	- A "DOM Parser" emitting a SAX2 (alpha) event stream
	  given a DOM Document as input;

	- An "Echo Handler" which does a very accurate job of
	  turning such events back into well formed XML, with
	  full DOCTYPE declaration, comments, CDATA sections,
	  unexpanded entity references, and so on;

	- Some simple example code;

	- Some small tweaks to the license.  (Thanks John!)

And would you believe the README file has been replaced with a file
called "index.xml", valid and with CSS?  Works in Mozilla M6; I've
not tried M7 yet.  It's translated to HTML for users of Lynx, IE5, and
other browsers.  (IE5 doesn't handle lists, links, and some other
important features, but it's worth checking out what it does handle.)

- Dave

David Brownell wrote:
> Have a look at
>         http://home.pacbell.net/david-b/xml/
> You can download adapters that put SAX2 interfaces onto Sun's "Project X"
> parsers (current release:  TR2) and the Swing HTML parser.
> This release can be used with only the addition of the TR2 release; it
> includes classes and javadoc, as well as the full sources (not like they're
> that huge, though).
> SAX2 "Feature" list:
>         true, false     validation
>         true            external-{general,parameter}-entities
>         true            use-locator
>         false           namespaces, normalize-text
> The XML parser supports both the "DeclHandler" and "LexicalHandler" from
> the SAX2 draft.  The only known caveats there:  you won't see paramter
> entities exposed, or expansions of general entities from attribute values.
> The license is a modified QPL (Open Source).
> - Dave

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