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covers the term "generalized markup" also the feature that the user can
define his own Generic Identifier ?
Does the markup of the "generic markup" concept describes an unambiguously
logical role of a component of a text, or is its describtion
more universal ?
> --- Ursprüngliche Nachricht ---
> Von: "Rick Jelliffe" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
> An: email@example.com
> Betreff: Re: [xml-dev] generic markup
> Datum: Tue, 1 Nov 2005 14:51:46 +1100 (EST)
> ludger goeke said:
> > I wrote the term generic markup in a lot of xml literature but I'm not
> > shure
> > what it really means ? Does it describes the fact that the user is able
> > define his own markup or does it describes the fact that the markup
> > describes the content of a document in a semantic way ?
> "Generic" markup refers to the practise of adding simple labels to ranges
> of text.
> "Generalized" markup refers to the practise of adding simple labels
> (elements) which can themselves have metadata (attributes) to ranges of
> text, according to some grammar.
> Sometimes the terms "generic" is used by mistake when "generalized" is
> "Generic" is associated with GCA GenCoding ('67). "Generalized" is
> associated with IBM's GML ('73), ISO's SGML ('86) and W3Cs XML ('96).
> For more, refer
> Rick Jelliffe
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