Three Access Language Paradigms

Derek Denny-Brown ddb at
Wed Nov 19 19:17:45 GMT 1997

At 05:06 PM 11/19/97 +1100, Rick Jelliffe wrote:
>After the XML document has been parsed and groved, and auto links
embedded, and transformations and stylesheets applied, and then
>sent to some output device, that is the publication.

what if the output device is a network interface for sending it to a client
for interpretation?  i.e. it is never intended to be rendered on screen or
paper?  One place I would like to sue XML is for application configuration
files.  When does that become a publication?


     Derek E. Denny-Brown II      ||   ddb at
     "Reality is that which,      ||   Seattle, WA USA
  when you stop believing in it,  ||  WWW/SGML/HyTime/XML
 doesn't go away."  -- P. K. Dick || Java/Perl/Scheme/C/C++

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