Re: Does HTML today comply with SGML?

vinay@eit.COM (Vinay Kumar)
Date: Mon, 4 Apr 1994 22:15:51 --100
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From: vinay@eit.COM (Vinay Kumar)
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Subject: Re: Does HTML today comply with SGML?
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Just as a test I had tried an SGML product from a company called
SoftQuad Inc. I had successfully parsed the HTML+ DTD (the one 
available at
using their SGML parser to build an HTML+ Tag File, everything worked
without any major problems.
  Vinay Kumar

> Date: Mon, 4 Apr 1994 20:45:29 --100
> From: Rich Wiggins <>
> How about the proposed HTML+ spec?  Is it any more or less compliant
> with SGML?
> /Rich Wiggins, CWIS Coordinator, Michigan State U