parsers for Palm?
paul at prescod.net
Tue Jun 29 17:40:54 BST 1999
Don Park wrote:
> If following two conditions are met, there is no need to mess with
> validation on PalmPilot:
> 1. Palm applications produce 'valid' XML documents.
> #1 condition can be met through a PalmPilot software certification process,
> probably by 3Com.
Certification really only tests whether an appliction produces valid XML
in a particular situation. If 3COM is going to get "into" XML they might
as well embed a validating parser into the ROM.
Paul Prescod - ISOGEN Consulting Engineer speaking for only himself
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