words (RE: extensibility in XSchema?)
cowan at locke.ccil.org
Tue Jun 23 02:48:27 BST 1998
Eliot Kimber writes:
> I suspect this is the key--what is "mailcap"? Is it something local to your
> system? If so, then it is functionally identical to this
> -- SGML open mapping catalog --
> PUBLIC "+//IDN me.com//NOTATION Foo Architecture//EN"
> And then configuring your XML processor to run the program as a result of
> resolving the mapping.
Just so. Mailcap files are stored locally, have a standard content,
and can be added to locally. They predate URLs, or the standard content
would probably be incorporated by reference instead.
John Cowan cowan at ccil.org
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