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- From: robert sanford <email@example.com>
- To: firstname.lastname@example.org
- Date: Sat, 24 Feb 2001 21:08:20 -0600
is there a specification anywhere for creating an xml based
programming language? the idea that i have in my head is that a
language would be specified in a schema describing a BNF like
structure and that potentially an XSLT could translate a "program"
(aka instance document) written in that language to an actual
implementation language such as perl, java, c++, etc.
i know that i can do this but i'd like to see if there are ant
existing works that i can build off of.
or, we could go even farther and write an xml based byte-code that
our xml language(s) (or any other language for that matter) can be
compiled into. i don't _really_ want to do that but it could be a
fun thought exercise :)