When I first started teaching/using YAJL (many years ago now) I
discussed both the event-based and tree-based approaches. I created
"simplified" wrappers for each in YAJLR4 -- but, honestly, I never got
around to testing the event-based ones... so the code there is
Why? Because the tree-style ones were so much easier to learn, use and
teach. I quickly found this was the only option people were really
interested in. The event-based (which is more like SAX) never sparked
As Jon said, I did use the event-based approach for the YAJLINTO program
(the DATA-INTO parser). I didn't use my "simplified wrappers", though -
I called the regular YAJL C routines directly. So that part definitely
works, and you can use the code in YAJLINTO as an example.
But, I'm wondering why you wouldn't use the tree-based (or
DATA-INTO/DATA-GEN) options? These are widely used and pretty much
everyone has agreed that it's easier... so, why not?
On 1/19/2022 4:14 PM, Alan Campin wrote:
Does anyone know of an example of using Scott Klement's YAJL in an event
driven mode (Like XML-SAX). There seems to be a lot of examples of using in
Tree-Mode and using Data-Into.
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