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[Gnu-arch-users] Re: File-tpye plug-in architecture for Arch?

From: michael josenhans
Subject: [Gnu-arch-users] Re: File-tpye plug-in architecture for Arch?
Date: Tue, 23 Dec 2003 03:19:41 +0100
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Tom Lord wrote:
    > From: michael josenhans <address@hidden>

    > Tom Lord wrote:
    > >     > From: Tupshin Harper <address@hidden>

> > > DTDs can't handle this level of specifity, but XSDs can. <soapbox>dtds > > > suck...should be deprecated in all applications...down with dtds</soapbox>

    > > So, formally, are XSDs turing complete?

> They are more complete than DTD's, as they include ranges etc. The main > thing which is still missing, is you are not able to define dependencies > between nodes.

    > E.g.:

> You use 10 different stypes in the text as refernces. But you have only > defined 9 of them. YOou can use ID_REF for such purpose, however this is > often too limited.

Do you know what "turing complete" means?

I'm sorry but this exchange exemplifies some of why I think W3C is
responsible for having crashed the industry.

Please explian.


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