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On Thu, 2004-12-23 at 08:46 -0500, John Cowan wrote:
> Uche Ogbuji scripsit:
> > More on Tenorsax to come, for sure, because I do think many will find it
> > very useful.
> Indeed. Ian E. Gorman's GXPARSE (which he presented at Extreme '04)
> is something very similar in the Java world, using threads rather
> than generators; details at gxparse.sf.net.
That looks interesting. Thanks for the ref.
> He also provides some very interesting facilities for writing content
> out of order, based on the ideas of markable buffers (you can go
> back to a mark and put more stuff there, and everything you've written
> since the mark is pushed forward) and a stack of writers.
I found the example at
. The resumable buffer idea is interesting, and I think I'll create
such a beast as a utility class for Tenorsax. I've also pondered that
one can solve the more general problem of multi-pass capabilities such
as XSLT modes using a dispatcher that recognized multiple handlers for
each SAX event.
Uche Ogbuji Fourthought, Inc.
http://uche.ogbuji.net http://4Suite.org http://fourthought.com
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