Sat, 17 Feb 2001 10:06:35 -0700
>  Provided I can resist the temptation to implement Rick Jelliffe's
> Hook schema language.
Ah. You too? I'm also quite intrigued by Hook. Interesting to see how such
an extremely minimalist schema language will hold up to real-world cases.
In case anyone is wondering what Hook is, here is a complete schema for XHTML
html head [ title; meta. link. base. ]
body [ a br. blockquote caption; div dl; form h1; h2; h3; h4; h5; h6;
img. ol; p; pre; table; ul; ]
[ tr; dt; dd; li; input; label; select; textarea; ] [ td option. ]
[ abbr acronym address cite code dfn em kbd q samp span strong var object; ]
Me, I like. See http://www.ascc.net/xml/hook.
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