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Subject: Re: Language is not markup and markup is not language.
From: "Scott S. Lawton" <ssl@xxxxxxxxxx>
Date: Sat, 8 May 1999 14:52:53 -0400
Re: Language is not markup and markup is not language.
Rick Geimer typed:

>It's a little late now as far as XSL is concerned, but I sometimes wonder
>if it
>would have been possible to simply take an existing language and massage it
>into XML syntax. This could have accomplished the ease of processing goals you
>mentioned above, allowed for greater flexibility, and helped speed adoption.
>Just a thought. Is there still room in that bunker?

Perhaps for a third-party solution.  I also think an existing language
(leveraging, as someone else noted, DOM support) could be much easier; I
personally find XSL to be quite complicated (based on deploying one
real-world application).


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