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> "Wayne Steele" <email@example.com> wrote:
> | Downsides to this system:
> | 1. It uses DTDs
> | 2. It uses Notations
> | 3. It requires a non-xml syntax to be created (to represent link behavour
> | and semantics, with is then stuffed into a Notation's Public ID)
> Demonizing DTDs is one thing, but to call declaration syntax "non-xml" is
> nothing more than prejudice. If it were true, the XML *spec* wouldn't
> have bothered with specifying syntax for declarations. I mean, really.
Tsk. Tsk. Tsk. Way too prickly, Arjun. From my reading, what he was
calling non-XML was not DTD syntax but the "xlink: show=new actuate=onLoad"
that gets stuffed into the notation pub ID, as a replacement from the XML
attribute syntax used in XLink. In fact this is crystal clear from his
message, I think.
So take a deep breath now...
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