XML-Data: advantages over DTD syntax?

Rick Jelliffe ricko at allette.com.au
Fri Oct 3 11:50:11 BST 1997

> From: Henry S. Thompson <ht at cogsci.ed.ac.uk>
> Absolutely right.  I hope by SGML 97 in Washington to have done
> exactly this (although I'm likely to use the TEI DTD).
Pinnacles might be a better test case, in that (from memory)
it has quite a lot of fielded-records element types, and it
has its "reflections" system with a big use of IDs.

But TEI may be more the target of XML-data, since it
is clearly intended to be used as a base for actual 
DTDs.  Anyway, good luck.

Rick Jelliffe 

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