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Information on updates to XML standards
- From: Marek Kowalczyk <firstname.lastname@example.org>
- To: email@example.com
- Date: Thu, 08 Feb 2001 20:42:38 +0100
I have been following this group for a little while and even though I
thought that I knew XML I have to admit that I am lost. Back when I looked
at XML, life was pretty simple, you had .xml files containing data and .dtd
files containing their definitions (description), now there is a variety of
new additions like XSchema, XLink, XPath, etc... just to name a few.
Does anybody have a pointer to a web site, document, etc... that roughly
describes what each one of these new standards is for? why is it a standard?
and what problem was (has) it solved? I guess I am looking for a digest of
all of this.
PS. Technology, you have to keep up, otherwise it will simply overwhelm you.
This is a terrible industry in that respect.