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Re: XML-appropriate editing data structures

don t use xml
----- Original Message ----- 
From: "Henrik Martensson" <henrik.martensson@b...>

> When I talk to (other) writers, they frequently have the same criticisms
> of XML based authoring systems:
> When authors complain of a slow editing environment this can usually be
> traced to one of the following causes:

This, I think, is the problem. You're coming from the point of view of an
"author", one specific usage of XML. XML usage is so broad that you can't
assume the way you use XML is the way others use XML. I don't use XML as an
author would. I don't use it to mark chapters, etc. Outside of that realm,
it's completely inpractical to use XML the way you do. And visa versa, the
way I use XML is probably inpractical to authors.

Bryce K. Nielsen
SysOnyx, Inc. (www.sysonyx.com)
Makers of xmlHack, the Fast XML Editor


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