Announce: - An XML architectural forms processor written in Python

Geir Ove Gronmo grove at
Fri Jul 24 13:01:26 BST 1998

At 11:30 24.07.98, Peter Murray-Rust wrote:
>[You may already have done this :-)]. I haven't looked at the distribution,
>but if you or collaborators can find time to put some examples and tutorial
>material together I am sure it would be much appreciated. One of the big
>problems with AFs is getting the message across and showing what they can do.

There are some some test material in the distribution, but no
general introduction to XML/SGML architectures. There are some references
to resources at the xmlarch homepage ( ) though.

I would like to point you to David Megginson's excellent XAF page. There
you will find introductions for both document designers and software
developers. See:

Eliot Kimber has also written an introduction called 'A Tutorial
Introduction to SGML Architectures':

See also The SGML/XML Web Page's links on 'Architectural Forms and SGML/XML

For more formal descriptions see the Architectural Form Definition
Requirements [AFDR]: and 

Geir O.

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