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Re: Why the Infoset?

  • From: John Cowan <jcowan@r...>
  • To: Jeff Greif <jgreif@b...>, "xml-dev@x..." <xml-dev@x...>
  • Date: Thu, 03 Aug 2000 18:01:09 -0400

Re: Why the Infoset?
Jeff Greif wrote:

>  But I think it
> makes sense to be formal and explicit about the answer to #1 in order to
> frame the discussions about the others.

Be my guest.  *I* need to get the job done.

> Whatever formal representation is
> used, the same formalism would help to highlight the differences between the
> information content subsets, even if it is not used for presentation in the
> spec, but is referred to there, even if non-normatively.

There is already an SGML Property Set, and if anyone volunteers to
express the Infoset as a grove plan of it, I will put the grove plan into
the Infoset draft.  (Of course the WG may decide otherwise: I don't
control that.)


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