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Re: XML and required DTDs



>   * Transportation of SGML, entities, catalogs, DSSSL in a sane fashion.

MIME-SGML provides a good basis for discussion, I think.

>   * DSSSL defines a standard post-parsed form for a document--a grove.
>     Since this is standard, it should be possible to define a linearization
>     of a grove into a content type such that an application has to make
>     no decisions upon reading the data.  It just re-formulates the 
>     grove into a tree-like construct (or whatever).  No DTD here!
>     No Parsing Here!   ...hmmmm, sounds like BSGML!

Sounds like LISP to me ;-)


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