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From Thorsten Scherler <thors...@apache.org>
Subject Re: xpath insertion point thought [was: cocoon: Fwd: Pull Parsing]
Date Sun, 11 Dec 2005 13:44:32 GMT
El jue, 08-12-2005 a las 09:14 -0500, Tim Williams escribió:
> Forwarded from dev@cocoon....
> 
> > > You should take a look at Axiom,
> > > http://ws.apache.org/axis2/OMTutorial.html, from Axis2. It is a light
> > > weight, supposedly high performance, XML object model that is based on
> > > StAX, and has built in caching, that can be turned of. It is designed
> > > so that you can cache elements in the StAX input stream in such a way
> > > that you can do ordinary JDOM like tree random access, but when
> > > turning caching of you neither build nor construct any elements.
> >
> > Yeah, I looked at it. AFAIU, it defers pulling the events until they are
> > really needed by the tree traversal operations.
> >
> > > There is also a Jaxen adaper for Axiom.
> >
> > Cool! I was looking for that, as we need it for a content-aware XPath
> > matcher that wouldn't buffer the whole input document.
> 
> I read this and thought that this Jaxen adapter for Axiom might be
> worth our looking into for our xpath insertion points in the
> structurer to relieve the perceived bottleneck of full DOM's -- may or
> may not be very useful.
> --tim

I just quickly read the tutorial and it sounds interesting. I will play
around with it and maybe we can change our implementation if it working
nice.

salu2
-- 
thorsten

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