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24 out of 25 Dentists Say Their Patients Use Relax NG

By Eric Promislow, February 23, 2006

So maybe dentists know more about the gum-chewing habits of their patients than how they prefer to create their XML documents. But a few of us here were discussing whether Relax NG has made headway against XML Schema. I have...

So maybe dentists know more about the gum-chewing habits of their patients than how they prefer to create their XML documents.  But a few of us here were discussing whether Relax NG has made headway against XML Schema.

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Upgrading ActiveState software on Windows

By Kevin "kj" Woolley, February 9, 2006

Here is a quick guide to the steps to take when upgrading any ActiveState software package running on the Windows platform. Following proper upgrade procedures can keep a variety of problems from occurring -- these errors can be fairly tricky...

Here is a quick guide to the steps to take when upgrading any ActiveState software package running on the Windows platform.  Following proper upgrade procedures can keep a variety of problems from occurring -- these errors can be fairly tricky to debug.

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