Java class != XML entity
donpark at quake.net
Wed Aug 12 16:10:52 BST 1998
>> The problem is that we don't have a good name for a collection of XML
>> documents working tightly together, the way that a collection of Java
>> classes can work in an applet or application -- "web" seems too loose,
>> and "docuverse" seems too New-Age. Any suggestions?
There is a spec named "XML-Package" which addressed the problem of packaging
multiple XML documents and related resources into a single XML document.
While the spec itself is on-hold at the moment, "package" or "pack" sounds
like a good name.
BTW, Docuverse is my company name so don't wear it out <g>.
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