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  • From: Charles Wiltgen <charles@w...>
  • To: <xml-dev@i...>
  • Date: Sun, 30 Jan 2000 14:25:06 -0800


I'm a newbie on XML Dev, here because I've been pushing XML as a standard
way of representing settings, annotations, etc. in a product called Media
Cleaner Pro <http://www.terran.com/> (which I'm the product manager for).

I know more about XML than anyone at our company, which is too say that I
know almost nothing about XML compared to most of the folks on this list.
When you see stupid questions from me, please be patient -- my goal is
purely to Do The Right Thing.   :^)

Naturally, we're working on an XML parser.  We've started writing one from
scratch, but I was wondering if there's something out there that we can use
as a good starting point for our commercial, cross-platform product?


Charles Wiltgen

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