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Re: XHTML and CASE-SENSITIVITY (half off-topic)

From: Inanis Brooke <alatus@earthlink.net>
Date: Sat, 27 Feb 1999 15:08:23 -0800
Message-ID: <001101be62a6$13892200$0930b3d1@alatus>
To: "www-html" <www-html@w3.org>
|I'm not talking about XML in general, as that is *expected* to be machine-
|generated. HTML has always had the feature of hand codability.

I thought that XML markup pages would be more intended to be coded by hand,
although I guess a wysiwyg editor could be 'customized' to read a dtd or
schema, and write according to that, but I still visualized XML as being
best hand-coded. dtd's and schemas, I still only WISH I had info on.

|What you don't realize is that I do ALL of my HTML in a text editor.
|No, I use a scriptable text editor. Time to write some scripts, eh?

(this is the off-topic part, sorry everyone!)
I thought that's what you were talking about... on that color-codes the text
only on your display, but not the actual text file. Scriptable, too. I like
that idea. I like it a lot. But I run a win98 pc. Can anyone direct me to a
good program similar to what Walter has described for the pc? It would be
greatly apreciated, and again, sorry for being so off-topic... I wouldn't
expect a mac user to know a lot about pc apps, just like I barely know
anything about mac apps. or unix. or linux, etc. etc. etc.  :)Thanks for
reading!

Daniel [inanis (edf)]
Received on Saturday, 27 February 1999 18:06:08 GMT

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