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- From: Trevor Jenkins <firstname.lastname@example.org>
- To: email@example.com
- Date: Thu, 4 Sep 1997 01:53:48 +0000 (GMT)
> In making one more pass through the official grammar for XML, before
> I despatch my alternative version to the 5 people who've requested
> copies, I spotted a real dumb error in the doctype declaration.
Since posting this I did something even more useful. :-) I went back
to ISO 8879 in which, of course, the use of paremeter entity
references is allowed in both the "internal" and "external" subsets.
As a programmer I reckon that the different handling of parameter
entities between the internal and external subsets makes things MORE
complicated rather than simpler.
I knew there was something wrong with the avowed claim that XML was a
subset of SGML. If they're to be allowed (and they are allowed in
some odd places in XML) then let them occur wherever SGML lets them
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