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Re: CML Information Sources

On Mon, 14 May 2001, Rzepa, Henry wrote:

> >Hi,
> >
> >Have a look at the chemical markup language.
> >A good start point is http://xml.coverpages.org/cml1.html

Henry is right: that's a very dated document.
See now:

1. Main CML web site


2. Local reference list


Best wishes,

Robin Cover


> That goes back a bit (to mid 1995 in fact). 
> Please don't take it as the current
> reference, but its interesting to see what 
> XML might have looked like
> before  XML was invented!
> (By the way, on this historical note, I would gently propose that XML
> started in May 1994 at CERN, when a breakout group
> debated where HTML might be headed, and in particular
> how to handle  domains such as  Maths and Chemistry.)
> A better, more up to date source to the above
> historic document , is   http://www.xml-cml.org/
> (the publications list gives some published working examples)
> See also the excellent CML tutorial by  Miloslav Nic;
> http://zvon.org/xxl/CML1.0/Output/
> (PS Gentle reminder for people to put good meta data
> into their subject headers. The original was empty, and
> hence the question easily missed. Bear in mind that
> even with a high quality list like this one, we do not
> all read all the postings!)
> -- 
> Henry Rzepa. Imperial College, Chemistry Dept.
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