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On Thu, Dec 05, 2002 at 12:48:37PM -0500, Mike Champion wrote:
> You don't REALLY want two processes on the same machine to pass around
> angle bracketed Unicode text rather than DOMs or
> SAX event streams do you? Or do you just object to calling
> it "XML"?
For separate processes ? A stream of Unicode chars, yes REALLY !
In the same process a DOM, SAX event flow or other Infoset representation
is fine, but as soon as you leave the process envelopp, I really prefer
going back to a stable representation independant of the language, or
And if you start arguing about speed, I will start arguing about the
language chosen for implementation.
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