Re: ConciseXML syntax and compatibility
On Sunday 19 January 2003 20:31, Michael Kay wrote: > In this country at least (the UK), you can be sued for issuing a false > trade description if you sell a product under the name "ConciseXML" that > is not both concise and XML. This is quite regardless of trademark > protection. That'd open interesting cans of worms about "what is XML", with a strong argument being quite easily based on it being treatable as a PSVI and all that abstract data model stuff, though... I can see that going in favour of it being "a concise form of XML", myself... ABS -- A city is like a large, complex, rabbit - ARP
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