"SMDL"--work in progress

Adam M. Donahue adam at cyber-guru.com
Mon Jun 8 02:55:18 BST 1998

> At 07:38 PM 6/7/98 -0400, Adam M. Donahue wrote:
> >...as an exercise I have begun 
> >putting together a first XML DTD (hopefully to be put together) which 
> >I'm tentatively calling the "Site Map Definition Language" or SMDL.  
> Hi Adam. SMDL is a great idea. But you might want to take a look at the IBM
> XML Parser for Java (xml4j), which comes with a sample app, SiteOutliner,
> which does approximately what you're talking about. The parser scans a site
> and creates a CDF file which can then be viewed either with their own
> CDFViewer or with MSIE.

Yes, indeed.  CDF appears to accomplish much of what I've 
proposed.  Still, I will work away on SMDL as a learning exercise.  
(I completely forgot about CDF;  I have worked with channels before 
but it slipped my mind that, of course, it can be used to offer almost 
precisely the site mapping functionality I had in mind.)


(BTW, sorry for all the typos in my previous message.)

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