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   Re: [xml-dev] xml on a chip....

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On Tue, 15 Mar 2005 5:07 pm, Philip Nye wrote:
> XML for what?
> I work on small embedded applications a lot, and also on XML which
> certainly has a place, but such processors generally have a fairly specific
> application and are likely to work with one dedicated schema. Optimising
> the XML processing to a particular schema in resource challenged
> applications is certainly interesting.
> Processing full blooded and open ended XML when you only have one or two
> kilobytes of RAM is not really feasible. 

Depends on the exact processor. Some of these chips have 128k and more
which is easily enough to do quite a lot...

> Serving up an XML document 
> (largely from ROM) for some better resourced processor to interpret is
> definitely happening.

it's interesting...

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