[unrev-II] inxar -- information exchange architecture

From: Jack Park (jackpark@verticalnet.com)
Date: Thu Feb 01 2001 - 07:09:00 PST

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    Found this at freshmeat.net this morning.
    http://www.inxar.org/ <http://www.inxar.org/>
    "RSL is a new structured information language descended from SGML and XML.
    RSL is different from XML in several fundamental ways including the use of a
    graph data model rather than a tree data model, node addressing and
    references, and element-attribute isomorphism. Read more at the RSL Homepage
    <http://www.inxar.org/rsl> "
    "The intent of RSL is to promote structured information sharing. The goal is
    to create a concrete framework for the authorship and utilization of
    strongly-typed data. An XML-like language is defined as well as a set of
    supporting software components and communication protocols. Essentially, RSL
    is an effort to create a "web" from a data-centric point of view. "
    It's GPL. It's probably worth a look-see.

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