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firstname.lastname@example.org (Rick Jelliffe) writes:
>* have the SAX stream kept cached for the lifetime of the document
>(or have some kind of weak reference perhaps) since they are in memory
>anyway (though unreachable), allowing backward-looking XPaths; or
That's one of the reasons I created MOE, which uses an event stream
whose events can be easily added to each other to build a tree if
MOE should be getting a revision later this year, integrating the
Gorille parser tools and a general refactoring.
I agree with you that there are lots of cases where the SAX approach
seems limited; on the other hand, I still do around 50% of my
programming and processing using SAX, so I definitely find it useful.
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