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RE: Towards XML 2.0

  • From: <vojtech.toman@emc.com>
  • To: <xml-dev@lists.xml.org>
  • Date: Tue, 7 Dec 2010 09:28:57 -0500

RE:  Towards XML 2.0
> The profiles seem more like XML 1.0 + XML Namespaces + other additional
> profile specific stuff, rather than simplifications.  Personally it's not
> what I'm looking for.

Well, the goal of this spec was not to make things simpler but to provide a firmer ground for other specs and XML applications so that they can point to one of the processor profiles and say: this is what we expect the XML processor to do and this is the information that we expect to get from it. GRDDL is a nice example of a specification that suffers from the ambiguity of what an XML processor is actually supposed to do.

But I agree that looking at the current set of XML processor profiles from this thread's "making-things-simpler" perspective might be interesting/valuable.


Vojtech Toman
Consultant Software Engineer
EMC | Information Intelligence Group

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