Author eli.bendersky
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Date 2013-05-20.12:56:25
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Yes, it doesn't seem that expat cares too much about propagating errors from every single handler. Digging in its code comments, it says that even when XML_StopParser is called, some event handlers (like the one for "end element") may still be called since otherwise they will be lost.

I don't know if this is important enough to muck with the way expat does things internally - I would expect this problem to exist in all Python XML modules that use expat.
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