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Re: JITTs and DOM


Re:  JITTs and DOM
From: "Patrick Durusau" <pdurusau@e...>

> This ties the processing of the markup to the inline syntax in the 
> document instance, a bad thing in my opinion. The JITTs paradigm allows 
> you to impose structure upon the markup in the document instance, as 
> opposed to relying solely upon the inline syntax.
...
> It is a limitation of the JITTs paradigm, which will be noticed by its 
> critics once all other criticisms fail, that it requires use of a DTD or 
> schema. 

So the only way to know if the document is correctly marked up
is to have enough DTDs to cover every tag?

Cheers
Rick Jelliffe


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