XML 2.0alpha specification released! (Re: external parsed entites (was: A unique ID question ?))

Len Bullard cbullard at hiwaay.net
Fri Nov 12 03:35:47 GMT 1999

Rick Jelliffe wrote:
> From: W. Eliot Kimber <eliot at isogen.com>
>  >> External parsed entities are a done deal for XML 1.0.
> >> But hey, just a version number, right?  We get to
> >> have this fight again. :-)

Don't blame Eliot for saying that.  He just wants it.  The 
Cat In The Hat said That.

> I am happy to announce the release of the XML 2.0alpha specification. It
> has been created by using all the criticisms of XML over the last year.

Your specification and list of commentors is brilliant.  Five 
stars for wit and an astounding memory. *****

Different issue:  Can someone explain to me why arrays have 
been removed from the XML schema datatypes?  Thing One 
and Thing Two are working on an XML binding.  They say they need 
those and without them, XML schemas don't work for the 
application.  Soooo, please, some non-secret-revealing 
discussion would be most appreciated.  I'll even drop 
the cat thing.


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