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> If you count XML based languages having a set of interpreters made available
> for public consumption, the number of 600 is reduced to less than 50 (and I
> am overly optimist here)
What is meant by interpreter and by public consumption in this case?
If the project provides XSL-T to common presentation formats is that a
publically consumable interpreter? Probably not. What about if it
provides interfaces to consume the xml dialect for a specific
programming language? I would think that is probably yes, and if it is
yes then I think it is much more than 50.