Is anybody working on ...

Paul Prescod papresco at
Wed Apr 29 21:13:30 BST 1998

I would think that in the case where the formatting is an intrinsic part
of the meaning of a document, it should be represented in the markup just
like everything else. XML encourages you to separate formatting from the
abstraction, but it does not require you to. As someone else pointed out,
Precision Graphics Markup Language is an XML-based language designed
explicitly for formatting -- but it is still XML.

 Paul Prescod  -

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