An XML parser is an XML parser. Period.
richard at cogsci.ed.ac.uk
Fri Mar 12 00:59:07 CET 2004
> So once more: AFAICT PyRXPU is an XML parser. PyRXP is certainly not
> an XML parser. The substrate RXP is not an XML parser either when
> compiled without Unicode support and although I respect Thompson and
> Tobin as much as I do the PyRXP developers, they were really confusing
> themselves and others when they said "It complies fully with the W3C
> test suites (although we have compiled it without Unicode support for
> the time being)."
Sorry to respond to a thread long after its sell-by date.
Just for the record, the statement above was made by the PyRXP people,
not us. RXP's 8-bit mode exists because it was originally written to
replace a "normalized SGML" parser in an existing (8-bit) application.
I wouldn't recommend compiling it in that mode for any except the most
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