pointers to WWW6 D-Day XML track demos?

Henry S. Thompson ht at cogsci.ed.ac.uk
Thu Apr 17 10:28:57 BST 1997

I demoed LT XML and DSC.

LT XML is an XML developers' toolkit, based on LT NSL, our existing
SGML developers' toolkit.  Information about LT NSL can be found at


LT XML, which will be free to all, will be released by the end of the
month:  its functionality will be very similar to LT NSL, as described
at the above site, but for XML instead of SGML.

DSC is a DSSSL syntax checker and development environment, based on a
full R4RS Scheme embedded in SP.  The current limited-functionality
release is described at


The release I demonstrated, including basic support for the
transformation language, will be available by mid-June:  watch this


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