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Re: which came first: content or markup?

Re:  which came first: content or markup?
[Bullard, Claude L (Len]
> If XML editors are forcing it to be on all the time, another
> history lesson was missed.  That one is mystifying because
> anyone with experience knows it.  This is the data-centric,
> database-first viewpoint fumbling the ball.  Database systems
> want schemas a priori.
One of the best in this respect is the Architag X-Ray editor.  It gives you
no structural help, but it's validating all the time, apparently
incrementally.  An invalid or ill-formed bit of text causes no action except
an unobtrusive but easy to see notification.  It never tries to reformat
your text or do anything on its own but still keeps track of the validity of
your work. DTD only, though.


Tom P


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