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- From: Richard Light <firstname.lastname@example.org>
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- Date: Thu, 27 Feb 1997 18:20:33 +0000
In message <9702271737.AA06782@sqrex.sq.com>, firstname.lastname@example.org writes
>> be used without being explicitly in the XML spec. I would hate to think
>> that XML implicitly involved 10179:9.6. I can accept that it may/will come
>> into PhaseIII.
>I would hate to think that too. You must not have to read DSSSL (still
>less understand it!) in order to work with or implement XML parsers.
>You might have to do that to work with XML styles, of course...
We're only delving into the DSSSL standard as a means of getting at the
SGML Property Set. And that only for an 'authoritative' (i.e. thought-
about-before) set of names for concepts that _are_ defined in the XML
spec. And hopefully some helpful ideas on organising the properties
that the parser will expose to the API.
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