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Re: [xml-dev] The problems and the future of the web and a formal internet technology proposal

Hello to all list members. I wish to bring an precision to my first message, because a point in a reply makes me suspect that a point was not clear in my message and can lead everyone to an erroneous understanding

someone answered:
Mercury is a fine statically-typed, restricted variant of Prolog, and
even used as implementation language for Prince XML, but if you want
to push for logical programming on document data,
I wish to say that I was talking about the Mercury language as an example, a possibility for the second technological platform, and, here is the point which may have been unclear, I recommand that the second platform (the remote software execution platform) give-up all HTML/XML baggage, it should use pure software code, no page/markup stuff of any kind. Some may have accidently been led to think that I am pushing XML for both platforms, this is not the case. I am not pushing for logical programming on document data as is being suggested.

RaphaŽl Hendricks






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