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- From: Mark Birbeck <Mark.Birbeck@iedigital.net>
- To: 'James Tauber' <firstname.lastname@example.org>, 'XML Dev' <email@example.com>
- Date: Wed, 24 Feb 1999 21:47:05 -0000
James Tauber wrote:
> Mark, what are your views on the W3C's activity on XML
> Fragments? Do I infer
> correctly that you disagree with the need?
Not at all James - I just think that different things become issues at
different levels. I believe that everything we need to get (logical)
documents out of a database, or from a file, to a parser, where - as you
rightly corrected my previous post - that document becomes a 'physical'
document, is already in XML 1.0.
i.e., file -> parser, or database -> stream -> parser, or whatever other
things people come up with.
BUT, once you're 'inside' the parser, other issues arise - linking,
filtering, fragments, etc. I think it's important to keep the layers
separate to ensure the purity of XML as effectively an 'interface'.
PS Sorry for the delay. This has been sitting here for a day - I didn't
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