RE: XML Linking 1.0 and XML Base become W3C Recommendations
RDDL  fits the bill, in my mind. A very novel, useful, and yet simple application of XLink. Jonathan Borden has provided an open source Java implementation , and I see references to a C# API there on the site, as well (though I haven't checked out the latter).  http://www.rddl.org/  http://www.openhealth.org/RDDL/rddl.jar > -----Original Message----- > From: Tim Bray [mailto:tbray@t...] > Sent: Wednesday, June 27, 2001 10:37 AM > To: xml-dev@l... > Subject: Re: XML Linking 1.0 and XML Base become W3C Recommendations > > > At 12:06 PM 27/06/01 -0400, Daniel Veillard wrote: > > I'm very happy to announce that > > [XML Base and XLink] > > >reached W3C Recommendation status today 27 June 2001. > > Wow, this one's been a long time coming. The original > XML WG spent most of the summer of *1997* on this one; > I suspect a record for the longest-gestating W3C spec. > > I look at the eventual result and I don't see anything > nasty that's crept in. Major congrats to the people > who finally got the job done. > > I think the potential application space for XLink is > nearly unbounded, and think it ought to be become a > central technology. That won't happen unless somebody > buckles down and writes some code to show what it can > do. -Tim
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