brian.suda at gmail.com
Tue Aug 16 11:59:00 PDT 2005
X2V currently works as a sort of validator, if you're hCard is NOT
perfect there are a few warnings that will be spit-out instead of a
vCard. (if you have problems or want a more verbose error please tell
me. Depending on feedback some or all of this will be rolled into
Secondly, i have been working on a Universal XMDP validator, there are
some technical hurdles, but if anyone is interested i can post a link
and explain more.
Lucas Gonze wrote:
>On 8/16/05, Jeff Lindsay <progrium at gmail.com> wrote:
>>It's the most fun since HTML. :P
>Pretty different in a way, because there are two independent
>topologies for structuring data -- class names and HTML elements.
>*Plus* you have the whole issue of presentational CSS happening
>concurrent with the XML structure and microformat-related class
>One thing I'm finding as I go along is that a validator would be
>intensely useful, because you can (and have to) get pretty creative,
>and it's hard to be sure that the results are still parseable.
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