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> Our thinking was that normalization checking can be pretty expensive
> and you might want to have the factory return entirely different
> classes if the feature was enabled. Asking an XMLReader to reconfigure
> itself to do normalization checking seemed like it might be a burden.
I have to agree with Karl's point. In the case of AElfred2 it actually
provides two XMLReaders that can be used by a factory-- XmlReader, which has
validation support-- and SAXDriver, which has no validation support. It
seems like a good precedent.