At this time, this list is just an incomplete
collection of SAX2 support in languages other than Java.
Having a listing here doesn't necessarily mean it's
“official” in any sense.
Some of these have been developed to support specific
implementations, not to support multiple vendors.
If you know of other SAX binding, please provide links.
- The GNU Compiler for Java
(GCJ) has for some time derived C++ bindings ("CNI" versus "JNI")
directly from the Java interfaces. These allow C++ programs to
use SAX2 Java parsers compiled to native code just like C++ classes,
with only the overhead of a C++ virtual method invocation,
not the significantly larger overhead of JNI.
- Microsoft's MSXML 3.0 parser defines a COM binding,
accessible from C, C++, Visual Basic, and more.
with a Delphi focus. Version 1.1 is done, supports SAX2r2.
- Perl (also check CPAN).
- Python 2.0 and later bundles
several SAX packages (
xml.sax and so on) as part of its
- SAX in C++,
provides another C++ binding, using standard features of C++
such as namespaces, std::string, and templates.
part of the Apache XML project,
defines its own C and C++ bindings.
This C++ binding makes minimal use of C++ features.
- Curl Corporation
defines its own web content language, and includes
SAX2 support in its runtime environment.
Corporation provides a C++ XML toolkit with a SAX 2.0