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   Re: Name for XML DTDs

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  • From: Paul Prescod <papresco@technologist.com>
  • To: "Xml-Dev (E-mail)" <xml-dev@ic.ac.uk>
  • Date: Mon, 25 May 1998 08:42:27 -0400

I don't think either that sounding like STD or XTC is worth worrying

In rethinking, though. I'm not sure that what we will eventually
accomplish will be strictly a "type definition." For instance one of these
schemata might only define attributes. A new attribute is not a "type" --
it is just an attribute. There are many things that are misnamed in the
world, and this only impedes their progress slightly, but it is still
worth thinking about.

I don't think that XSchema is too inclusive. I understand that we are not
making the schema language to end all schema languages, but SAX was not
the simple API for XML to end all simple APIs for XML, and XLink is not
the linking language for XML to end all linking languages for XML.

How about the "XML Structure Definition" specification that describes how
to make "Structure Definition Documents."

 Paul Prescod  - http://itrc.uwaterloo.ca/~papresco

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