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- From: Sean McGrath <email@example.com>
- To: firstname.lastname@example.org
- Date: Thu, 27 Dec 2001 11:38:59 +0000
At 06:05 PM 12/26/2000 -0500, Jonathan Borden wrote:
>Simon St.Laurent wrote:
> > Yes, but it might be interesting to create an 'XPath parser' which reads
> > XPath and spits out SAX events, making these critters a bit easier to
> > process and transform internally. Then maybe an XPath writer which takes
> > those events and reports them as XPath again.
> So what you want is an XPath grove parser.
What would the grove approach offer that an XML notation approach
I like the idea of a blessed XML expression of notations that are not
natively XML (XPath, SAX events, MP3:-). Blessing XML notation
for these allows implementers to implement XML import/export
and allows integrators to join things together using their
XML toolbox for the glue.