RE: XML doesn't deserve its "X".
It was a misspelling anyway, but EML was already taken by M$ for Outlook.
Can't resist adding an old tag line to my signature for the sake of this reply.
- Putting the "X" in XML -
Title says it all, the extensibility of XML is one of its myths...
Technically, XML is based on trees which are not the most extensible
This technical limitation has been strengthen by a community which has
XML is now legacy. Its users community is screaming against any change
It's probably time to look for the next wave!
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