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Re: Soundbite: Proposed Suffix for XML-based media types



At 00:49 1999 07 21 +0900, Murata Makoto wrote:
>There is certainly some value, since specialized media types can enjoy 
>XML-generic support.  IE 5.0 does "generic processing of XML" by displaying 
>the element hierarchy.  If we interpret fragment identifiers of XML-based 
>media types as XPointer, that will be another example of "generic processing 
>of XML". (Does the same thing apply to XML fragment interchange?  > PaulG)  

I believe so in the sense that XML Fragment interchange can be used with
any XML resource with no knowledge about the resource beyond generic XML
information.