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- From: Avi Rappoport <avirr@LanMinds.Com>
- To: Chris Hubick <firstname.lastname@example.org>, email@example.com
- Date: Wed, 12 Aug 1998 17:53:48 -0700
> On the more general note...is there a repository for general
>domain nonspecific DTD's for stuff like times, dates, directory listings,
>etc? It would be nice if we could have one place for all this, and
>software for parsing and representing information stored in these formats.
>I mean, as soon as I find myself creating declarations for stuff like
>datetime I know someone else must have done it already, and probably have
>a Java class which can load itself using SAX events. What are the large
>companies such as Microsoft using for this in stuff like Office 2000?
XML Exchange (http://www.xmlx.com/) is a good location for this kind of
thing. It's now sponsored by CommerceNet and I'm sure we could get an
"essential tool" category installed.
Avi Rappoport, Web Site Search Tools Maven <mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org>
Search Tools Consulting Site: <http://www.searchtools.com>
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