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David Tolpin wrote:
> passing data in buffers oftern requires number of bytes or characters to be passed;
> consider getting data from Expat and writing it to the output.
> int genxText(genxWriter w, const utf8Byte * text, int nbytes);
> int genxTextW(genxWriter w, const codePoint * text, int nchars);
This is a C interface and null terminated strings are
the standard way of handling this, the nbytes would
just be redundant information. If the implmentation of
genxText() needs the length it can call strlen(text),
if it doesn't need the length then why force it to
be passed in?