I have lined up a bunch of authors who intend to do a book on XML Groves.
The largest issue resides in the XML property sets. They are not there yet,
but there exist a number of individuals who have built XML groves. Even one
written in python.
From: Eric Armstrong <email@example.com>
> Gack. I did't realize groves were sgml.
> Is an xml version part of what Eugene is
> "N. C a r r o l l" wrote:
> > Had a look at groves. It didn't make my day, but then SGML
> > rarely does.
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