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   Re: JUMBO

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  • From: Sam Hunting <sgmlsh@CAM.ORG>
  • To: "Norbert H. Mikula" <nmikula@edu.uni-klu.ac.at>
  • Date: Mon, 24 Mar 1997 08:49:14 -0500 (EST)

> People didn't seem to be too interested in my idea of an interface for
> passing along a complete grove. At least I didn't get too much 
> feedback.

I'm interested -- isn't it true that a grove is the best way to prove (as
opposed to asserting, or wishing) that an XML instance really is an SGML
subset? Or to show where it is "impure"? (Certainly superior to parsing
the instance with one or aonther parser and looking at the errors.)

This would be important if a supplier is under a contractual obligation to
provide SGML to a buyer, and wishes to provide XML. 

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