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- From: Sean McGrath <firstname.lastname@example.org>
- To: email@example.com
- Date: Sat, 27 Nov 1999 08:49:22 +0000
>SML is a subset in the sense that it meets the
>external parsed entity requirements, XML fragments
>in other words.
An SML document will not be an XML 1.0 document.
No XML 1.0 parser can be used out-of-the box to
parse SML. Your use of "subset" here is
I think this one crosses the rubicon. I have
high hopes for SML. *Please* make is truly
a subset of XML 1.0.
>>If I have understood you right then this
>>blows it for me I'm afraid:-(
>Sorry about that.
Likewise. Sigh. My first gut reaction is
to say "hey, I'll find some like-minded people
and do it myself and call it NBML - No Brainer
Markup Language - or something." But this is the
rocky road to a faction fight. I don't
want to go there. I live close to one of those
that has been going on for 300 years so
and I don't need another one.
*Please make SML truly a subset of XML 1.0*
Developers Day co-Chair WWW9, April 2000, Amsterdam
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