Re: SAX is not XML (Key() Re: Saxon VS XT)
Paul Tchistopolskii writes: > I don't think storing Sebastian's data in plain text file > is appropriate. But I understand why he does it. > He is using the best free technology he has > at the moment. my data, FWIW, used to be in relational databases for 10 years (it has been through dBase, Oracle, Ingres etc). and in all that time it drove me mad editing the data, because what was obviously (to me) a unit of editing (the gravestone in front of my eyes) was spread over 10 tables. So I had to build complex, and unsatisfactory, forms. Then I put it all in SGML (and then XML) and lo! it suddenly became _editable_. Yes, there is a point to the story - there is a considerable gray area between traditional `data' and traditional `text' (would you put Hamlet into Oracle?), and XML + X* tools is doing an excellent job there, thanks very much. Sebastian XSL-List info and archive: http://www.mulberrytech.com/xsl/xsl-list
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