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Re: Perceived C/B for XML 1.1

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On Mon, 2002-10-21 at 15:20, John Cowan wrote:

> What was a question of justice was to get the "new" scripts into the
> XML standard.  Implementation of it by any particular system is a local
> question which should be answered according to local needs.  Adding
> the new name characters avoids the "usable xor standard" dilemma; adding
> the newline conventions avoids the "well-formed xor plaintext" dilemma.

The first one being the Ethiopian XML Interest Group and the second one
IBM finding themselves together in the XML 1.1 boat for different
> People who do not need XML 1.1 need not worry about it until their business
> partners start to send it.  Then they should find plenty of tools available.

My first analysis wasn't that wrong, then, even though that's becoming


Did you know it? Python has now a Relax NG (partial) implementation.
Eric van der Vlist       http://xmlfr.org            http://dyomedea.com
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