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Title: RE: [xml-dev] Worse XML tools?
Sadly, tools like OmniMark are in the "better is better"
category.  So that won't find them.  And I don't think
anyone has written a better SGML parser since SP.
That said, don't take this to mean I advocate going
back to SGML over XML.  For most applications,
that would be overkill.  I can live with it just fine.
And heck, I like XML Spy.  Useful when used in
conjunction with Topologi validator that last time
I tested it, caught errors Spy let pass.
I may have a quibble or two with Falk over his
comments in XML Journal, but arrogance of that
kind is typical XML marketing.  It's only bad if
it is typical of the W3C Advisors.  That is what
spawned the WSIO.
-----Original Message-----
From: Koorn, Wilco [mailto:Wilco@Barbadosoft.com]

I tried "worst sgml tool" (including the quotes) on Google....

It doesn't exist.



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