Re: Still not the essence of XML (was Re: S-expressi
Simon St.Laurent wrote: > We've talked for years about the value of separating content from > presentation in XML. On the data side, that seem to map easily to > separating information from processing. Data from processing; sure. I've just remembered Bill Joy had a similar beef with HTML/XML a good while back. In an interview he once said the problem with sending markup was it had no behaviour - for that you need programs. It may have been in the context of Jini/JXTA. Bill de hÓra
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