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Tim Bray wrote:
> Bill de hÓra wrote:
>> Let's be clear about what XML extensibility is. When we say XML is
>> extensible, we are saying encoding a domain specific language in XML
>> allows that language to be extensible
> No, not at all. All the "X" part of the name means is, you can make up
> your own tags.
Yep. You use XML to inscribe another language. You don't/can't
extend it (to create what some folk would call little language).
> The real problem with the name "XML" (and with the title
> of your posting) is that XML isn't a markup language. Snicker.
You're not saying anything counter to what I've said already, so I'm
not sure where the problem is. Perhaps we're in violent agreement.
Bill de hÓra