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.) -- Schlingt dreifach einen Kreis um dies! || John Cowan <jcowan@r...> Schliesst euer Aug vor heiliger Schau, || http://www.reutershealth.com Denn er genoss vom Honig-Tau, || http://www.ccil.org/~cowan Und trank die Milch vom Paradies. -- Coleridge (tr. Politzer)
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