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From: Jerome Simeon <simeon@u...>
Subject: Re: [Caml-list] yet another silly question on PXP
Those are just a pull variant of a SAX parser.

People at BEA have done some work on that (They call it token stream):

Daniela Florescu, Chris Hillery, Donald Kossmann, Paul Lucas, Fabio 
Riccardi, Till Westmann, Michael J. Carey, Arvind Sundararajan, Geetika 
Agrawal: The BEA/XQRL Streaming XQuery Processor. VLDB 2003: 997-1008

The XTiSP system which was presented at PLAN-X in January seems to have
something similar as well:
# XTiSP presented by Keisuke Nakano (UTokyo) 

XML pull token streams also used extensively inside the Galax's query 

There are probably other projects using those.
- Jerome wrote on 02/22/2005 12:07:18 PM:

> Hello world!
> I have recently found a features in PXP named "pull parser", "event
> interface". I hope these things can help me with such a problems as xmpp
> streams parsing or huuuuge files parsing using Ocaml lazy streams (to 
> "Out of memory" errors). Can anybody suggest an url/other place to read
> more on these? I'm now reading the pxp source comments and version infos
> from it's site.
> Thanks.
> -- 
> Yours truly, WBR, Paul Argentoff.
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