Re: "Binary XML" proposals
Danny Ayers wrote: > > Ok then, take away speed & storage benefits, what gain is there from binary > XML? > > (I was arguing that the speed & storage benefits were *not* good enough > reasons to move from trad. XML, but I've seen some points made since that > make me less sure) What I plan to suggest is a 'derivative' XML standard that is considered a 'compressed' or alternative form of the XML 1.0 standard, easily convertable. For some problem domains, you would allow/specify one or the other or both. No real threat to anyone, just an optimization where it makes sense, in a standard and reusable way. This is what XML is all about, IMHO. > --- > Danny Ayers > http://www.isacat.net sdw -- sdw@l... http://sdw.st Stephen D. Williams 43392 Wayside Cir,Ashburn,VA 20147-4622 703-724-0118W 703-995-0407Fax Dec2000
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