Subject: RE: CSS and XSL
From: "Jelks Cabaniss" <jelks@xxxxxxxx>
Date: Sun, 14 Feb 1999 15:35:36 -0500
Hi Didier,

> > Kind of like  [ Netscapisms snipped ]
> > except new and improved, because it's now XML?

> I like it! And you know, is is more economical for an interpreter
> implementer because now, only a XML parser is required. Also, an other gain
> is on memory economy (from the human point of view - just use XML rules).
> This also, has other more structural advantages like defining objects and
> property sets with the same syntax (and reduce the schizoid tendencies of
> actual HTML+CSS). Yes, I like it!

My rhetorical question was sort of tongue-in-cheek. :)  There were good reasons
for the "schizoid" nature of *ML+CSS.  I question whether reversion to an
"improved", well-formed Tag Soup is progress.


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