RFC: Attributes and XML-RPC

Dave Winer dave at userland.com
Wed Sep 22 15:25:17 BST 1999

> Some GUI systems are extremely tree/outline oriented which
> could cause designers to shun attributes.  There are hybrid tree/table
> components that can handle attribute better but they look a little too
> when there are too many attributes.

Don, being an outliner guy from way back, of course I use outlines to do

My philosophy there is pretty simple, no fancy stuff, just an outline
containing XML. No problems with attributes or anything else.

If you want to see a screen shot, check this out:



PS: More info about outliners is at http://www.outliners.com/. If you have a
Mac you can get a free copy of MORE 3.1 there, which was a very nice
outliner, if I do say so myself! It's probably a very good tool for writing
XML code.

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