About templates

Leigh Dodds ldodds at ingenta.com
Fri Nov 19 11:40:10 GMT 1999

> I am now leaning very heavily toward focusing SML on XML fragments
> so that SML data (the word 'document' is not in the SML draft spec)
> starts with the 'content' production rule of the XML spec.  No
> prolog, no misc.  SML data have zero or more elements and can be
> entirely text.

I assume you mean the following? 

[43] content ::= (element | CharData | Reference | CDSect | PI | Comment)*

So an SML data fragment is not necessarily a valid XML document 
as it can be entirely text? And so an XML processor may not be 
able to process an SML document? Is that correct?

> May your tire pressure remain constant,

And your mileage never vary :)


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