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   Re: [xml-dev] SGML on the Web

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> Finally, if anyone is involved in the same industries and tasks that SGML was
> developed for and continues to thrive in (large industrial technical/legal/reference
> publishing) then SGML has been shown time and time again to deliver. (Which is
> not to say that SGML is an automatic guarantee of success, or always suitable or 
> appropriate, any more than that using Java will guarantee Write-Once-Run-Everywhere 
> or that using a Microsoft product will guarantee virus infection.)  

Long time SGMLers (and owners of significant content) may be very
interested in a paper written by Patrick Durusau of the SBL and Matthew
OP'Donnel of OpenText entitled "Just-In-Time-Trees (JITTs): Next Step in
the Evolution of Markup" available at:


along with an implementation in XSLT.

JITTs promise a way to do CONCUR, DATATAG, and variant concrete syntaxes
right -- with great gains in efficiency. What would I do for a
JITT-enabled sp ...

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