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> If there were to be an XML 2.0, one of the goals should be that any
> off-the-shelf parser generator can produce a parser for it. It's
> ridiculously hard to write a correct XML parser; it ought to be
> ridiculously easy.
If the parser is how most users actually get to "touch" XML, then we're
probably all better off that there are a limited number of parsers out
If every damn fool could write a C, C#, or Java compiler, then there'd
probably be no hope of language portability.
Rich Salz, Chief Security Architect
DataPower Technology http://www.datapower.com
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