Namespaces and DTDs

Bill la Forge b.laforge at
Thu Mar 11 18:29:48 GMT 1999

From: Jonathan Borden <jborden at>
>    The closest we have today is XSL which is not currently a fair
>comparison to LISP (e.g. try writing a compiler or word processor in XSL

I like to use XML to do compositions of components, which encompases the
declaritive rather than the proceedural aspects of programming. What I
like is that a schema can then validate a composition, allowing clients
to send a composition to a server to construct an agent, but without the
security problems that you would otherwise have.


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