Date: 2001-09-30 06:17:03
--- In boost_at_y..., Dan Nuffer <dnuffer_at_c...> wrote:
> The other parser was written as an example for the spirit parser
> library. The parser implementes the *complete* XML grammar, but
> check any semantics, it can only determine if the input matches the
> grammar or not. It will be relatively easy to add extra
> and checking to the parser, thanks to spirit.
> Here is the url:
FYI, the Spirit XML parser can work on 8/16/32 bit characters.
As of now, it's just a proof of concept. We are still considering much
more performance oriented features such as deterministic sub-parsers
(thanks to Doug Gregor's nudging and support) and optional lexer-
decoupling. Spirit V1.2 will be out by probably next week. It has much
more features and addresses many of the previous issues.
Thanks Dan for posting that. I've been itching to :-)...
--Joel de Guzman
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