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Strolia-Davis Christopher Contr MSG/MAT wrote:
> Jeff Rafter wrote:
>>Maybe practical maybe not, but I use XML to translate programming
> Cool deal. I've often thought that this technology could really lend itself
> to translating programming languages. I've also considered the possibility
> that you could use it to make a pretty wild IDE that would allow comments
> and formatting to be applied to code more easily than they are now.
You should look at Leo, the literate programming tool, which is really
very nice. It uses xml for its native file format.