> I created JsonML (http://jsonml.org) back in 2006 to specifically
> deal with lossless bi-directional translation when the XML isn't
> data-centric but is markup-centric. When there is "mixed-mode content"
> most other representations can't represent it. Mixed-mode is when
> elements sit as siblings to textual nodes. This is uncommon in
> serialized XML data, but is the norm with XML markup like XHTML.
I'd like to push for JsonML being the official JSON-syntax
representation of the MicroXML data model, since they match perfectly:
an element has a name, attribute map, and sequence of elements.
Good to know about.
John Cowan http://ccil.org/~cowan cowan@...
SAXParserFactory [is] a hideous, evil monstrosity of a class that should
be hung, shot, beheaded, drawn and quartered, burned at the stake,
buried in unconsecrated ground, dug up, cremated, and the ashes tossed
in the Tiber while the complete cast of Wicked sings "Ding dong, the
witch is dead." --Elliotte Rusty Harold on xml-dev