Re: Parsing technology (was Re: Grosso whitespace proposal)
> From: email@example.com (David G. Durand)
> Subject: Parsing technology (was Re: Grosso whitespace proposal)
> At 9:45 AM 12/17/96, Paul Grosso wrote:
No I didn't, and I'm not sure I would agree with that statement.
Paul Prescod <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote that statement.
> >c) .... We would need a new kind
> >of parser: a validating XML parser *not* built on top of an SGML parser.
> >(this is technically possible, but it is just more work)
> Funny, this is the solution that I intend to adopt for all my document
> processing as soon as I finish my thesis. (because I may have to write the
> validating XML parser myself, but them's the breaks...). I'm not interested
> in working with the vagaries of SGML glitches, except when I'm being paid
> for it, but I would dearly like to use content markup all the time.