'Chinese XML Now!' Web Site Update
Date: Sat, 6 Feb 1999 02:01:45 +1100 From: Rick Jelliffe <email@example.com> To: Robin Cover <firstname.lastname@example.org> Cc: email@example.com Subject: New XML Resources page (Re: Using XSL as a Validation Language)
The "Chinese XML Now!" site is a project to help developers of Chinese XML Software. The URL is:
We are pleased to announce a page "XML and SGML Resources" in which we are putting some of the results of our research and development: software, declarations, documentation, tutorials, and technology notes. The URL is:
In the initial offering of this page are:
Three SGML declarations for Big5
The article "Using XSL as a Structure Validation Language"
A new article "lineDataWrap: An Element Set for Line-Delimited Records" , which describes an element set for handling database "dumps" , e.g., comma-delimited lines (CDL)
The accompanying "lineDataWrap" DTD
In the next week we plan to augment this with:
A lines->XML tranformation software based on the lineDataWrap DTD
Updated versions of the "XMLized" ISO public entity sets
Misc. XML utilities
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