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Re: [xml-dev] [ANN] XInclude implementation for the Microsoft XMLParser using SAX2 API
- From: "xinclude.net" <email@example.com>
- To: firstname.lastname@example.org
- Date: Tue, 16 Oct 2001 10:25:48 +0200
----- Original Message -----
From: "Daniel Veillard" <email@example.com>
To: "xinclude.net" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Sent: Monday, October 15, 2001 1:09 PM
Subject: Re: [xml-dev] [ANN] XInclude implementation for the Microsoft XML
Parser using SAX2 API
> On Mon, Oct 15, 2001 at 12:21:23PM +0200, xinclude.net wrote:
> > For anyone interested in an XInclude implementation for the Microsoft
> > Parser (developed for personal use), you can find one (including source)
> > http://xinclude.net
> > Some of the features are:
> > - Low memory overhead through use of the XML SAX2 API
> > - Indents inserted documents according to the indentation level of the
> > parent document
> Hum, that should really be left as an option, that's not conformant !
Suppose you're right, but then again it is quite nice if you want to view
the result in a plain text editor. :-) Is easy to make optionable though.
> > - Supports both parse="xml" and parse="text" methods
> > - Supports nested includes
> > - Source code available under GPL
> Do you support #xpointer(...) ? I guess no since you limited yourself
> to a SAX interface.
No, it doesn't because I don't need it thus far. A partial implementation
wouldn't be too hard (absolute and some relative paths, no predicates, etc.)
so that may make it in in the near future. However, unless there is some
nice piece of C++ code out there that implements xpointer on top of SAX2
that would be easy to "plug in", it will probably never become fully
compliant (but you never know...)
> I can't test it since this is tied to a proprietary module I can't use
> but this sounds interesting.
> As a reminder, libxml (aka gnome-xml) also implements XInclude
> (including XPointer) works on Unices and Windows and is available
> in source code under LGPL or W3C IPR (X11 like licence).
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