Re: Inline code a mistake?

David Ornstein (davido@objarts.com)
Fri, 26 Apr 1996 15:33:00 -0700


Message-Id: <2.2.32.19960426223300.00ee8448@mail.objarts.com>
Date: Fri, 26 Apr 1996 15:33:00 -0700
To: boo@best.com (Walter Ian Kaye), www-html@w3.org
From: David Ornstein <davido@objarts.com>
Subject: Re: Inline code a mistake?

At 02:54 PM 4/26/96 -0700, Walter Ian Kaye wrote:
>At 1:34p 04/26/96, David Ornstein wrote:
>>FWIW, on a practical level, I don't think people who are developing
>>serious sites are doing much development with tools other than souped-up
>>editors, though.  This means that for a while (at least until we understand
>>what WYSIWYG really *means* in the context of Web authoring) many people
>>will still want the convenience of putting scripts right into their *file*...
>
>
>Um, are we talking about code designed to display as code (syntax coloring)
or encoded data designed to be 
> processed separately (.hqx and .zip files), or code meant to be *run* upon
receipt? Clarification needed...

I didn't start the thread.  But *my* goal is related to neither of the
above.  I'm working on server-side tools...