xml in fptools?

S. Alexander Jacobson alex at alexjacobson.com
Tue May 30 18:27:37 EDT 2006

Again, my point is that it depends on the use cases we want to 

My bias is that we should be targetting conversion between XML and 
application specific Haskell data types.  Speculatively, I imagine a 
tool that generates Haskell datatypes and a parser from a RelaxNG 
specification and another that generates a RelaxNG spec from a haskell 
datatype.  But that is just my hope.  My immediate need is probably to 
adapt HWSProxyGen or HAifa to talk SOAP to paypal's api.

Other people may have other needs.


S. Alexander Jacobson tel:917-770-6565 http://alexjacobson.com

On Tue, 30 May 2006, Udo Stenzel wrote:

> S. Alexander Jacobson wrote:
>> The problem with the infoset is that <textarea></textarea> and
>> <textarea/> mean different things for some web browsers.
> So do <textarea/> and <textarea />.  What's the point of pointing out
> that some browsers are broken?  (Actually most are somehow broken when
> it comes to application/xml, but who's counting?)
> Udo.
> -- 
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