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Arjun Ray [mailto:email@example.com] wrote:
> | There were and are plenty of language-specific APIs for SGML/XML
> | processing, and none of them need to interoperate with each other.
> | This isn't something that the W3C needs to standardize IMO.
> I agree. The formlization of an infoset spec is not only enough,
> it makes DOM irrelevant.
+1. Standardizing APIs across languages does nothing but make them
harder for everyone to use. It seems that some of today's most
commonly-used and popular APIs have stayed as far from standardization
One of the keys to XML's success is that it doesn't enforce a
programming model or specific API.
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