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> So let's see if I understand this:
> Are XML datatypes core technology? No.
> Are XML datatypes useful under certain contexts? Certainly.
> Can the support and transport of datatype information impose a burden in
> contexts where datatypes are not useful? Of course.
> Datatype support should be modular.
> Datatypes should not creep into core Recs.
> In contexts where datatypes are not useful, there should be a mechanism to
> toss away or filter out datatype noise. (I suppose the same could be said
> for namespaces, as well, or any other meta-meta-tag info.)
> So why is this class warfare and not merely an argument for good software
> Politics? Mmmm... could be.
It's called "trope".
Sheesh! I hate it when the gallery decides they're going to stop coming to
plays with a full belly of ale. I like to think Shakespeare would have chased
off such teetotallers from the theater with the live bears from the baiting
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Proper XML Output in Python - http://www.xml.com/pub/a/2002/11/13/py-xml.html
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