parsers for Palm?

David Brownell david-b at
Mon Jun 28 22:54:56 BST 1999

Speaking of parsers, and perhaps committing a brand of sacrilege
here (almost certainly so from the SGML side of the world) ...

... what do folk think of using the following XML subset:

	Everything in XML, except the <!DOCTYPE ...> support
	which takes up something like 2/3 of most parsers.

Clearly that'd be subset for which validation doesn't apply;
all data integrity would be provided by higher levels.

BUT -- it'd be a subset that'd work nicely with all conformant
XML parsers (validating and non), it'd support namespaces and
all the schema proposals I last heard of, and there should be
no issue of size for most environments.

- Dave

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