Storing XML/Streaming HTML

Tim Bray tbray at
Fri Dec 4 22:50:42 GMT 1998

At 03:44 PM 12/4/98 -0000, Michael Kay wrote:
>Author it in XML definitely. What I would do with it then, given that this
>is a static manual, is to generate HTML at publication time and store the
>generated HTML on the server in the normal way. That's heresy to many on
>this list

Really?  Seems like good sound practice to me, at this point in history.
Also then you can use one of the free full-text packages to search the
generated HTML and do lots of other neat tricks, too. -Tim

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