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Re: XML is not extensible


Re:  XML is not extensible
Bill de hÓra wrote:

> Let's be clear about what XML extensibility is. When we say XML is 
> extensible, we are saying encoding a domain specific language in XML 
> allows that language to be extensible

No, not at all.  All the "X" part of the name means is, you can make up 
your own tags.  The real problem with the name "XML" (and with the title 
of your posting) is that XML isn't a markup language.  Snicker. -Tim


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