Re: HTML should not be a file format, but an output format wrote:
> HTML may not be a file format, but as a practical matter you must
> recognize that most people store one HTML entity per file and lots of
> software won't deal with anything else. Maybe it shouldn't be that way,
> but it IS that way.

We're about to come full circle. Abigail pointed out that this is not a
limitation of the HTML specification, but of current implementations.
That is exactly what you just said, so nobody disagrees with you.

 Paul Prescod

Received on Tuesday, 15 April 1997 10:19:19 UTC