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- Subject: Re: [xml-dev] iTunes XML on the web
- From: Steve Ball <Steve.Ball@zveno.com>
- Date: Fri, 02 May 2003 07:19:35 +1000
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Tim Bray wrote:
> Chances are, someone in the email chain line-breaks that URI so you'll
> have to cut & paste it back together. I find the output interesting.
Apple seem to using XML for a number of applications,
in particular Keynote (their PowerPoint equivalent).
However, they are not necessarily very good at designing
XML (unlike their hardware [*]). A Keynote presentation file
unfortunately is not quite well-formed nor is it legal for
XML Namespaces (they use ':' in their element names - ouch!).
Fortunately, if you feed Keynote with a well-formed, XML-Namespaces-
legal document it reads it OK. This is how I generate my
* I've been a happy consumer of Apple products for many years.
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