Re: Suggestion: URL string-search syntax

Christian L. Mogensen <mogens@CS.Stanford.EDU>
Date: Mon, 30 May 1994 22:14:46 +0200
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From: Christian L. Mogensen <mogens@CS.Stanford.EDU>
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Subject: Re: Suggestion: URL string-search syntax
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Paul Everitt writes:

> On Sun, 29 May 1994, Gavin Nicol wrote:
> >    http://book/chapter=2/section=1/para=5

Looks wierd; I'll get used to it... 
Gotta stop associating /path/ with a unix pathname.

> where things are continously edited.  Many of these features can
> be thought of in terms of Lotus Notes, which really is a pertinent
> model for development of HTML+/HTTP/URx.

But Notes is a monolithic database.  It only works because servers
spend a lot of time synchronizing databases.  It only looks distributed.
Is there something that can be applied to a distributed/heterogeneous

Christian "Not supported by the Sirius Cybernetics Corp."