A Modest Proposal -- <wink>
m.faassen at vet.uu.nl
Sun Nov 14 12:06:11 CET 1999
Magnus L. Hetland <mlh at vier.idi.ntnu.no> wrote:
> m.faassen at vet.uu.nl (Martijn Faassen) writes:
>> It defines a XPPMS (eXtensible PreProcessor Macro System), which allows
>> single <wink> tags. The XPPMS system transforms the source into valid XML.
>> After that the other subsystems of XWTSNTSDL take over.
> But - if you have XPPMS, why do you need XWTSNTSDL? You could just
> This is some text <wink>
> <wink>This is some text</wink>
> and Bob's your uncle... Then you can use standard XML tools... :)
> Or - does XWTSNTSDL include tools for deciding where the wink-section
> starts, semantically?
Yes, you got it. :) It also takes care of wink levels <.50 wink>.
The XWink subset of XWTSNTSDL takes care of any implied hypertext references.
Anyway, of course I'm spoofing the plethora of XML (draft) standards that I
can't yet make much of (I'm up to XML and the basic XML dom now :).
History of the 20th Century: WW1, WW2, WW3?
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