RE: Why this restriction? (was Constraining a "mixed" mixed co
That's a rather universal statement with a host of unstated goals. In fact, someone who wished to disrupt the competitive base of XML applications might want to do EXACTLY that if by so doing, they created a simpler and more powerful variant. The web itself, architecturally and historically is based on the assumptions of people who varied in experience, goals, and therefore foresight. It can be the case that disruptive innovation will come of proving these people to be wrong. ... or not. len From: richard@i... [mailto:richard@i...] There is unlikely ever to be a future version of XML that changes DTDs. No-one wants to work on such a specification, and no-one wants to implement it. A more likely change (though still unlikely I think) is the complete removal of DTDs.
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