Jim Menard wrote:
>> If NQXML and xmlparser implemented the same
>> interfaces, a developer could easily develop with a
>> standard xml library (distributed as part of ruby) and
>> then switch to expat for a speed boost if their
>> environment allowed it.
>
>That is indeed a strong point. I'll think about what it might take to
>support both the interface I am developing and the expat/xmlparser
>interface. I'm not keen on it, but will consider the possiblity if enough
>people feel a burning desire for compatability. 

I sort of interpreted this question the other way 
around. How difficult would it be for the NQXML 
interface to sit on top of expat? (I'm assuming, 
without having really looked at either one, that 
the NQ api might be more rubyesqe).

Kevin