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Re: Fixing what's broke

  • From: Michael Sokolov <sokolov@ifactory.com>
  • To: Norman Gray <norman@astro.gla.ac.uk>
  • Date: Sun, 12 Dec 2010 13:39:35 -0500

Re:  Fixing what's broke
That's nifty, Norman: I guess I'll have to vote +10 in order 
counter-weight Dimitre :)  I've often longed for that kind of 
abbreviated syntax for programming XML. I find proper indentation makes 
programs more readable than close tags, anyway.  Actually to my eye, the 
verbosity of XSLT cum XML makes it fairly opaque: there's a lot of 
clutter that has to be ignored.  Possibly this only proves that beauty 
is subjective.



On 12/12/2010 7:50 AM, Norman Gray wrote:
> This seems a good point at which to chip in a link to a long-term 
> hobby project of mine: http://nxg.me.uk/dist/lx/
> Lx defines a much-compressed syntax for XML, which is still XML in the sense that parsing it produces a sequence of (Java) SAX events.

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