but one day your customer will have to send thier data to an MS shop, and they'll ask for XML, and then they'll ask you if they can send you their XML, because that's easier for them. It's just how the world works - we can't stop it turning even if we want to.

I'm not in the industry myself, so I have no own experience with this. But your statement has a touch of self-fulfillment. If everyone thinks everyone else uses it, everyone will start to use it.

Or is it de facto so that the majority out there uses and requires XML?

In reply to Re: Re: Re (tilly) 2: Why is Perl so bad with XML? by Anonymous Monk
in thread Why is Perl so bad with XML? by ajt

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