Feeling good about SML

Jelks Cabaniss jelks at jelks.nu
Sun Nov 21 06:16:19 GMT 1999

Rick Jelliffe wrote:

> But why this endless "not invented here" desire to reinvent XML. It is
> still a mystery too me.  The complication in the XML world is not XML
> 1.0, but namespaces 


> (which means that an element names may mean
> different things in different contexts) and class-based schemas (which
> can mean that even within a namespace a name may mean different things
> depending on context).  Anyone who thought DTDs were hard may be in for
> a shock unless we are careful!

Isn't that water already under the bridge?


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