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Hans Aberg <[log in to unmask]>
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Wed, 10 Sep 1997 12:53:42 +0200
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Sebastian Rahtz writes:
>the hypertex project already does some of this standardization, if you want to
>follow it. not sure what else is needed.

  So how does the hypertex protocol work together with other protocols,
like embedded PS or non-GIF pictures? Does every protocol invent its own
syntax to identify itself?

> > The problem is that HTML consists of two parts, the hyperlink stuff and the
> > graphical markup stuff, and it is not possible to get only the hyperlink
>i dont see what you are getting at. the hypertex specials define a set
>of \special conventions which look like the HTML equivalents, thats all

  Well, the HTML standard is evolving, and one would then want to have
access to the new hyperlink features, but not the markup features. So one
would really want to work with a hyperlink protocol, and not HTML.

  Hans Aberg
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