Whither XQL again.

Ed Howland Ed at dega.com
Sat Mar 27 02:27:26 GMT 1999


Thanks for your help in my understanding the nature of XML query language3s
in general and XQL in particular. Thanks a lot to Jonathan for his insights
and help. 

I've put up a web site with what I have done so far. Its not much, but over
the weekend, I hope to accomplish a lot. The parser compiles but only
recognizes path expressions so far. Statements like: 'novel/front' and
'novel//title', compile and generate the correct ASTs. But this is just a
smidgen amount.

Anyway, please help if you can or have the time. the site is:



Ed Howland
ed at dega.com
Alpha Geek and XML TV Evangelist. "Seek to be well formed, lest you incur
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