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Re: Subtyping in XML

Re:  Subtyping in XML

Bullard, Claude L (Len) wrote:
> I think this is at least the fourth time
> over the last 12 years this inescapable
> issue of having common link and locator
> types that can be interpreted correctly
> by different format handlers has come up
> in my field of observation.

Has anyone ever gotten it to work?

Just curious.  I've always believed that this whole
idea was fundamentally flawed (and that HTTP's
content negotiation scheme is basically broken too.)

--Joe English



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