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- From: "Simon St.Laurent" <SimonStL@classic.msn.com>
- To: "XML-DEV" <email@example.com>
- Date: Fri, 22 May 98 15:55:40 UT
>YES! The discussion was losing direction and momentum.
As a significant participant, I have to agree with you there, and I'm glad to
see a spark is returning.
>What about a style sheet like transformation to/from DTD syntax to
>XML? (Sorry that's a naive question.) But if such a transformation
>could be defined then any XML tool that wished to display
>or work with the document type definition could do so
>using XML instead of DTD syntax.
That's actually what I had in mind when I first started writing this proposal,
which explains to some extent why I didn't go into detail explaining behavior.
I've heard of a few SGML tools that do this - Marcus Carr noted that OmniMark
includes something called DTD2DTD. I think an equivalent tool for making such
transformations in XML would be a great start. Of course, we'd have to figure
out what that transformation would look like, but that's all part of the fun.
>I hope this idea grows.
Glad to hear it! I certainly hope it grows, whether or not it has anything to
do with this particular proposal.
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