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Re: Time to put SGML out to pasture? (was RE: Why wo


break through of pasture
Simon St.Laurent wrote:


> (And of course, I'm deeply depressed that XML has become _more_ complex
> than SGML in many regards.)

Cheer up.  XML may not be layered perfectly, but at least it is
layered to some degree: schema langs above Namespaces above XML 1.0.
SGML was a bucket of bolts, with each application being able to
declare which parts it implemented, but no real layering.
We have *not* gone from bad to worse, really.

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