Re: B.7 Conditional inclusion in DTDs?

Michael Sperberg-McQueen wrote:

> When we are talking about a formalism not powerful enough to represent
> the DTD for HTML 2.0, I think we are talking about too weak a formalism.

I'd gladly dump the conditionals there in favor of more versions 
for what very very little good the HTML DTD does for the HTML user.
> Production DTDs require parse-time customization.  XML requires
> the power to handle production DTDs.  Ergo, XML requires parse-time
> customization -- i.e. condition inclusion in DTDs.
> -C. M. Sperberg-McQueen

Then why TEIlite?