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- From: Ray Whitmer <firstname.lastname@example.org>
- To: Don Park <email@example.com>
- Date: Mon, 10 Jan 2000 09:26:06 -0700 (MST)
On Sat, 8 Jan 2000, Don Park wrote:
> SML is a strict subset of XML
> SML supports:
> UTF-8 and UTF-16 only.
> empty elements.
> numeric character entities.
> predefined character entities.
> SML does not support:
> CDATA sections
> XML and text declarations
> Processing Instructions
> Entities (except character entities)
> SML attribute names must not conflict with
> child element names.
It would be interesting to know whether items such as entities,
Doctype declarations, CDATA sections, non-UTF encoding, comments,
PIs, Text declarations, etc. have been banished from the syntax
or only from what is exposed to the user from the parser, as these
concepts are, IMO, fairly easily converted / filtered by a simple
If they have been banished from the syntax, existing ecommerce
applications that find these constructs quite beneficial and
simplifying to the applications exchanging data are likely to
reject the approach. With an austere all or nothing approach,
I know what my choice will be.
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