[SML] Internationalization. (Preliminary EBNF for SML)

Don Park donpark at docuverse.com
Sat Nov 27 13:51:31 GMT 1999

>Conclusion.  I think the best approach could 
>1. Only English *elements* ( but 'any'  content)
>in SML version 1.  
>2.  'Any'  encoding  anywhere in SML version 2.

Right.  I would be utterly stupid to even suggest
that content be restricted to English.  Dropping
the encoding issue in the SML spec might not
be a bad idea.  As I wrote in my reply to Joe Lapp,
we can introduce an element for inline encoding

BTW, I just loved your comment regarding "perfect"
translators.  Their perfection causes much head-scratching
all around the world.  They must be petrified of being wrong.


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