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Dare Obasanjo wrote:
> Simon, the markup folks are already outnumbered by the folks who are simply using XML as a general purpose mechanism for exchanging or representing structured data (i.e. people who'd be happy with S-expressions). Developers and content creators that use XML for things like RSS feeds, config files, an exportation format for databases, wire communication language, etc are not using XML as markup and outnumber those who do.
I have a hard time figuring what the difference between a config
file in XML and a 'real marked up' document in XML are, in your
terms. Sounds like a distinction without a difference.
Bill de hÓra