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- From: Leigh Dodds <email@example.com>
- To: Tim Bray <firstname.lastname@example.org>, email@example.com
- Date: Thu, 01 Mar 2001 19:29:29 +0000
> At 05:38 PM 01/03/01 +0000, Leigh Dodds wrote:
> > The PSVI is the true Infoset that really meets those 80/20 requirements.
> Of course the great risk in this kind of thinking is that you
> start to believe that in general you have to apply a schema
> before you can start to do useful work with a chunk of XML.
Exactly. I've not found a need for data typing in my applications
yet, but then I'm mostly in a document processing environment.
As I said, I don't necessarily agree that with the proposition,
I'd just like this assumption (PSVI == Primary/Core Infoset) documented
if that is the case.
Perhaps its not. And if not, then lets see this stressed somehow (as
Jonathan Borden notes wrt to typing).
Leigh Dodds, Systems Architect | "Pluralitas non est ponenda
http://weblogs.userland.com/eclectic | sine necessitate"
http://www.xml.com/pub/xmldeviant | -- William of Ockham
- From: Tim Bray <firstname.lastname@example.org>