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> From: Sean McGrath [mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org]
> 2) A canonical XML representation guaranteed to have resolved away
> all the funnies e.g. canonical XML or PYX.
As a matter of interest, is there any likelihood that PYX could be extended
to express full PSVI information? I can see some benefits to having a
non-xml syntax for expressing a PSVI, and PYX would seem to fit the bill.
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