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Re: Validation - a history.

  • From: Dave Pawson <davep@d...>
  • To: Len Bullard <cbullard@h...>
  • Date: Thu, 01 Mar 2007 19:14:24 +0000

Re:  Validation - a history.
Len Bullard wrote:
> Which to be fair, if one understood the other parts of the SGML standards
> trinity, HyTime and DSSSL, without the DTD the relationships started to fall
> apart and technical features began to go away.   As we watch the committees
> who have struggled mightily to put some of them back adding to the
> disingenouous 27 pages ever since, one understands why Dr. Goldfarb was
> reluctant to let go of the preexisting work.
> BTW, delimiters etc, are in the Declaration, not the DTD as Jon says.  Those
> were always capable of being decoupled.

Many people seem to have followed the pragmatic | less informed line 
though Len?

XML without a schema 'works'?
That seems to be what Jon implies?


Dave Pawson

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