Re: W3C Schema: Resistance is Futile, says Don Box
Paul Prescod wrote: > Oh really? So I guess I'm hallucinating when I see client and server > implementations of HTTP each in less than a thousand lines of code. Up through late 1995, the Yahoo server was 800 lines of C code whacked up by Filo. HTTP is not hard to implement even today, at the protocol level. If you want to do it in a general-purpose way with application dispatching and good performance, yep, the problem is bigger. -Tim
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