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Re: Repost: Re: `High-level' format specifications with XSL?
>>>>> Sean Mc Grath <digitome@xxxxxx> writes:
> I think the SGML/XML world could do with a whole bunch of standard
> DTDs for Scientific Publishing, Contracts, Memoranda etc. etc. that
> unashamedly specify their display sematics. Then users of SGML/XML
> could piggy-back on these back-ends by doing SGML-SGML transformations.
Exactly. The whole thing was a bit fuzzy in my mind, but now I think
I understand it much better. Thanks to everyone who replied.
I strongly support this idea of having standard DTDs with pre-defined
layouts. In fact, we already have one standard DTD with a pre-defined
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