Re: There is a meaning, but it's not in the data alone
On Thursday 24 January 2002 05:31 am, Nicolas LEHUEN wrote: > Granted, security is an > important issue in this case, because the downloader renderer may > decide that "<m t='Q'>" means "execute rm -Rf /*". ... signed applets etc. don't *really* work here either. > As those concepts are expressed both in > code and data, it means looking further than XML, which concentrates > on data. This is one point I've been trying to make: XML has no meaning so we should be looking at ways to package the interpreters in a safe and secure manner: deployment of XML applications.
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