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Re: Why would MS want to make XML break on UNIX, Perl, Python


Re:  Why would MS  want to make XML break on UNIX
Dare Obasanjo wrote:
> 
> 1.) Exactly how common is piping XML (not ASCII) used in UNIX applications? I
> have never seen a UNIX app that does this.

More common than you might think. If you'd heard my talk at XML2001
you'd have heard how we pipe a schema validator's output into XSLT
processors to analyze the PSVI and if you heard Henry Thompson's talk,
you'd have heard about what he calls 'fat pipes' for XML processing.

Ari.

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