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How would you suggest defining document structure
for documents that will never be cast in XML or
Maybe we're talking past one another, but
structure for us is of vital
importance, no matter what we're writing. We think
of EVERY doc as being in
SGML/XML, with a tree structure that must be
maintained. Any other way of
doing it is "artistic" or "river rafting" to us,
writing that just plunks
down whatever, wherever.