XML standards coherency and so forth

Paul Prescod paul at prescod.net
Tue Jan 12 12:23:41 GMT 1999

David LeBlanc wrote:
> Now, permit me to digress a bit. Having been studying and working with xml
> for the last 18 months or so, it seems to me this market is coming together
> very slowly. There are not yet any decent (at least not inexpensive) tools
> out for the  average consumer-programmer that seem worth a darn. I
> implemented a small xml application for a commercial product, and we where
> unable to find usable off the shelf tools at any (reasonable) cost. Ditto
> for commercial C++ drop in parsing tools.

In what sense are the Netscape supported (but not written) "expat" and the
Microsoft supported (but noX-Mozilla-Status: 0009commercial C++ drop in
parsing tools?"

 Paul Prescod  - ISOGEN Consulting Engineer speaking for only himself

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