RE: ConciseXML rationale
Somewhat like fixing a dog? I'd say your chances of getting that liked by the standards groups are about as good as getting the dog to like being fixed. What you have is an SGML language minus the required declaration. XML doesn't allow what you are doing, basically, because it doesn't allow an alternative SGML Declaration. That was, errr, the main point for XML: getting different jobs done by the same means minus all the optional features of SGML. Programmers and programs aren't special citizens in that world. XML purism doesn't enter into that. Sell it; that might succeed but not by the standards route. You'll have to market this the old fashioned way: one dog at a time. len From: Mike Plusch [mailto:mplusch@c...] Clarity of expression is critical form understanding code. Instead, we decided to "fix" XML with ConciseXML. We knew the XML purists would hate us at first, but that was worth the risk because the majority of the world just wants to get their job done.
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