29 Jun 2000 10:41:23 -0500
Paul Prescod <firstname.lastname@example.org> writes:
> Patrick Phalen wrote:
> > ...
> > * Based on James Clark's ESIS -compatible parsers, sgmls and nsgmls.
> There's your problem right there. These parsers are slow and large
> compared to expat.
"Based [_in spirit_] on [ESIS from] sgmls and nsgmls."
The parsers on the Pyx site are expat and rxp ('xmln' and 'xmlv';
non-validating and validating, respectively), so they are fast and
Pyx's ESIS puts attributes (A-lines) after the elements instead of
before (see the FAQ for why). I recall patches for nsgmls somewhere
but they're not on the Pyx site.