About templates

Jelks Cabaniss jelks at jelks.nu
Sun Nov 21 06:14:39 GMT 1999

Don Park wrote:

> 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.  ...

What's interesting is that one of the major reasons for introducing "Namespaces"
was fragments,  yet Namespaces' complexity is the largest cause of this hubbub
over SML.

Take a look at Canonical XML <http://www.w3.org/TR/xml-c14n>.  Look at all how
*all* the constructs are represented, then compare all of them put together with
just how Namespaces alone are represented.


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