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In article <email@example.com> you write:
>> No, of course not. An XML editor is the obvious example of an
>> application that can benefit from that information. But an XML editor
>> does not use an XML document for its semantics.
>That's not true... some/many editors are built directly on top of DOM
>implementations, or something akin to the DOM.
I don't see the contradiction - maybe you misunderstood me. I didn't
mean that an XML editor doesn't use an XML document, I meant it doesn't
use it *for its semantics*.