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From: abir basak (abirbasak_at_[hidden])
Date: 2007-02-12 06:24:09
I am at present using spirit for parsing unipen file as specified in
http://www.unipen.org/dataformats.html . That is great and quite easy to
parse, thanks to spirit.
Now I am looking to use spirit for parsing an specific xml file ( w3c
inkml file). So my intension is not to have a generic xml parser, rather
than a specific xml parser (which also have some BNF grammar) . Anyone
had used spirit for domain specific xml parsing?
I believe using spirit will make it faster. Also I am interested to
parse only a portion of the whole document at a time, and generate data
from that portion only, rather generating data for whole DOM (The
files are large, 4-20 MB typically)
my xml file is something like,
<trace ref = "1">
note that inside <trace> the grammar is a BNF (comma sep float pairs
Any comments, or snippets to show how to do it?
-- Abir Basak, Member IEEE Software Engineer, Read Ink Technologies B. Tech, IIT Kharagpur email: abir_at_[hidden] homepage: www.abirbasak.com
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