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Evidently not. Apparently some are discovering
well-formedness is too weak a constraint for
some transactions. Maybe there are better
ideas than tag soup and hardwired processors.
As a matter of fact, freeing information from
such is where the markup technology started
until some short-sighted web developers reversed
that process. That is quite a different issue
from using a systemID or a publicID.
From: Tim Bray [mailto:email@example.com]
There was a brief wave of enthusiasm a couple of years
ago from people who wanted to repeat SGML's mistake of placing the
schema (i.e. a bundle of syntax constraints) at the center of
everything, but we seem to have gotten over that. -Tim