Re: lots of WS reading material
Bullard, Claude L (Len) wrote: [in response to John Cowan's pointing out how close the infoset is to the underlying XML] > That would tend to suggest that for the XML on The > Web system, the Infoset specification is core and > that XML 1.0 is a syntax mapping corresponding to > a subset of SGML. Except for, there's no de facto or de jure way to exchange an infoset as an infoset. And what we do on the Web is exchange data. This is why XML is normatively defined at a syntactical level. Without reliable data interchange, you have nothing. With it, you have the potential to build anything. -Tim
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