RE: SML: Second Try
Guys, I don't know why, but I almost never do same thing twice. I have worked on Minimal-XML and Common-XML from the *minimal* and *common* perspectives of the word *simple*. Now I am looking at the word from the *user-friendly* and "easy-viewing" perspective. I am not looking to weed arcane features out of XML. What I WANT as a result of current effort is a simple and not necessarily complete syntax that text editors and development tools will commonly support as an alternate view of XML documents. This means XSLT and plug-ins for browsers and editors. What I DON'T WANT to see is this syntax being used to exchange or store data. Best, Don Park Docuverse
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