[SML] Without attrs, you don't need empty elements...

rev-bob at gotc.com rev-bob at gotc.com
Tue Nov 30 15:05:49 GMT 1999

Excuse me, I mistyped:

> All of a sudden, we're forgetting the *people* altogether and trying to see how simple
> we can make the *parser* - "do we really *need* to support Unicode, do we need to 
> support decimal *and* hex, and how about throwing elements out the window while 
> we're at it?"  Doesn't this miss the whole point of simplifying the language so newbies 
> can climb on board easier?  I don't mind if the aim has been changed, but I don't think
> it should be changed without some sort of announcement to that effect.

Naturally, that "throwing elements out" should read "throwing *attributes* out".  Mea 

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