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Re: DTD and Schema Teasers

dtd made good by schema
On Dec 17, 2003, at 7:52 AM, C. M. Sperberg-McQueen wrote:

>> 1.  Why did XML keep the requirement for deterministic models?
> ...James Clark and Tim Bray also argued
> that implementations could make good use of the fact
> that legal models are all deterministic, and wanted
> to retain it for that reason, as well.

For the record: I argued *ferocioiusly* against the non-determinism 
rule and was voted down.  Whereupon I made good use of non-determinism 
in the 'Larval' validation layer on top of the original Lark parser :) 


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