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Re: XML Binary Characterization WG public list available

compacted xml
On Fri, 2004-04-09 at 16:25, Robin Berjon wrote:

> I've gotten into the (at least occasional) habit of using 'optimised' 
> instead of 'binary' because I don't think the WG should presume that the 
> solution -- if there is one -- necessarily relies on binarisation (even 
> if all tests I've seen thus far makes it look very likely).

As Mike Champion said, optimised alone doesn't mean much (an
optimisation is always done for a specific purpose and depending what
you optimise, an "optimised XML" could be more verbose than XML).

What about "compacted" XML if the target is to optimise for space? 

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