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- From: Sean Mc Grath <firstname.lastname@example.org>
- To: email@example.com
- Date: Mon, 18 May 1998 11:58:09 +0100
>If you really like using shortcuts, then go all the way: get a genuine
>SGML tool and define a DTD that allows not just end-tag minimization
>but full omission of both start-tags *and* end-tags. Knock yourself
>out. Just make sure to normalize the result before you call it XML
>and ship it out to the rest of us to work with.
I just had to reply and express my wholehearted aggreement with Jon's
posting. SGML and SGML power tools can make excellent XML production
James Clarks SGML to XML tool - SX - for example is built on top of the
core SP library and thus you get basically fully blown SGML power.
All the minimization power you can shake a stick at.
Sean Mc Grath
County Sligo, Ireland, Tel: +353 96 47391
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