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--- "Champion, Mike"
<Mike.Champion@SoftwareAG-USA.com> wrote: >
> Rather than saving effort by keeping SGML warts and
> all, better to learn the
> lessons of SGML's life and find the powerful and
> stable ideas at the core of
> SGML and XML, and bet on those newer ideas that are
> simple enough to
> understand and implement in a modular, re-usable
Am I misreading you here, or are you saying that
perhaps XML is not up to the job required of it? Or is
it just SGML that should go?
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