Re: Universal Astrological Database Format

From: Paul G. Brown <>
Date: 17 Jul 2003 21:28:38 -0700
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"John Roth" <> wrote in message news:<>...
> "Bernard Peek" <> wrote in message
> news:fqiYD+Ex5lD$

> > The obvious system for doing this is XML. This is what it was designed
> > for. It records data and metadata and is platform independent. There are
> > programs to handle XLM with PCs, Macs and UNIX systems. Many of those
> > tools are free.
> Absolutely agree. (BTW - I'm one of the posters from AAT that's been
> working this thread. The basic problem we're having is that the
> person with the most enthusiasm for getting the job done believes
> that comma separated text files are the way to go.) ):

  I can think of no finer application of XML than to structure, record and   communicate Astrology data. Received on Fri Jul 18 2003 - 06:28:38 CEST

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