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On Wednesday 27 March 2002 12:53, you wrote:
> 3/27/2002 6:50:59 AM, Alaric Snell <email@example.com> wrote:
> >Hi, Mike! How's the weather? :-)
> Uhh, lousy, especially compared to Spain last week :~)
Shame, it's getting quite nice here in London now...
> The response on this list to the Binary XML discussions
> has typically been "sounds plausible in theory, I've
> never seen it work well enough in practice to adopt."
> I don't have an axe to grind in this discussion other than
> wanting to answer a very frequently asked question for
> a newcomer. Could you share some empirical, quantitative
> data from real success stories using these techniques?
> Did you really make significant speed improvements without
> memory bloat, or significant reduction of memory requirements
> without additional processor horsepower?
Well, there was some comment from the Coccoon2 people about a serialised SAX
event stream format, and the ASN.1 folks have been having fun comparing
BER/PER (ASN.1 encodings) with something called Megaco, which is an XML-like
tree structured textual description too...
I'll implement what I described in an earlier post, since it'll be a useful
open source tool anyway I'm sure, and do some file size / run time tests at
Alaric B. Snell
http://www.alaric-snell.com/ http://RFC.net/ http://www.warhead.org.uk/
Any sufficiently advanced technology can be emulated in software