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Re: Structure v. pages (was Re: HTML+)

From: <lee@sq.com>
Date: Thu, 15 Sep 1994 16:46:47 -0400
Message-Id: <9409152046.AA24198@sqrex.sq.com>
To: www-html@www0.cern.ch, rbernard@was.waii.com
Ryan Bernard <rbernard@was.waii.com> asked:
> Why not just take the Mosaic code and add editing capabilities to it?  Mosaic
> is a tool designed to take raw data in HTML format and display it on-screen
> as a WYSIWYG document.  

See tkWWW for an example of what you get if you confuse a browser and editor.
See SoftQuad HoTMetaL for an example of a pure HTML editor.

There are lots of differences, one of which is that you need a different
kind of data stucture internally.


Liam Quin, Manager of Contracting, SoftQuad Inc +1 416 239 4801 lee@sq.com
HexSweeper NeWS game;OPEN LOOK+XView+mf-fonts FAQs;lq-text unix text retrieval
SoftQuad HoTMetaL: ftp.ncsa.uiuc.edu:Web/html/hotmetal, and also doc.ic.ac.uk:
packages/WWW/ncsa/..., gatekeeper.dec.com:net/infosys/Mosaic/contrib/SoftQuad/
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