Andreessen on XML (InfoWorld)

James Clark jjc at
Wed Jun 24 15:08:36 BST 1998

Jeremy H. Griffith wrote:

> Andreessen: No more than usual. With the open source
> code release on the client side, there are some XML
> parts in there now. And the XML working group in the
> W3C [World Wide Web Consortium] has -- because the
> Navigator source code is available -- decided Navigator
> should be the delivery vehicle for the reference
> implementation of XML. So they're putting the reference
> implementation of XML out of the working group into
> the Navigator source code themselves.

I think this is marketing speak for "Mozilla is using a freely
available, conforming XML parser written by a member of the XML working


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