David Alan Black <dblack / candle.superlink.net> wrote:
> I think one thing also that we've lost sight of in some of this
> discussion is precisely that SAX is not itself a parser, but is an API
> which (arbitrarily many) parsers can implement.  So in a sense, the
> discussion about whether a SAX parser should be included in the Ruby
> distribution, etc., skips over the question of defining a SAX
> interface for Ruby.
>
> I'm looking again at the SAX2 interface, and wondering whether it
> might perhaps be worthwhile just mapping it onto Ruby.  In fact, I
> think I'll give it a try....  Don't hold your collective breath :-)
> but I'm curious to experiment with it.

I've already been tring it :-)  (but not finished)

http://cvs.sourceforge.net/cgi-bin/viewcvs.cgi/rbsax/rbsax/lib/xml/sax2/

Do you skip over the question of defining a SAX interface for
Ruby in this way? :-)

TAKAHASHI Masayoshi (maki / inac.co.jp)