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- Date: Tue, 29 Sep 1998 19:56:15 -0400 (EDT)
Kathie Drake writes:
> Does anyone know where I can locate public identifiers for the
> following notations: TIFF, XML,HTML,Postscript,RTF and ASCII?
Wow! Someone besides Eliot Kimber is actually using notations in XML!
Here's what the (SGML) DocBook DTDs have for TIFF and EPS:
<!NOTATION TIFF SYSTEM "TIFF">
<!NOTATION EPS PUBLIC
"+//ISBN 0-201-18127-4::Adobe//NOTATION PostScript Language Ref. Manual//EN">
The TIFF notation is a cop-out; the EPS notation, on the other hand,
provides a good model for anything with a published specification
(i.e., anything with an ISBN).
HTML and XML should have similar public IDs, since they're both W3C
specs -- the public ID will probably include the w3.org domain name.
What do you use, Eliot?
As for RTF, is there even a single, stable, normative specification to
All the best,
David Megginson firstname.lastname@example.org
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- From: KDrake@Soph-Ware.com (Kathie Drake)