This working draft defines the mechanism for defining markup language modules that are compatible with the modularization framework used by XHTML. This includes a definition of the way in which an abstract module is specified, the way in which this abstraction is mapped into an XML DTD, and the way in which the resulting DTD module can be combined with other XHTML DTD modules to create new markup languages. In the future, it is expected that instructions will also be provided for mapping the abstract specifications into an XML Schema [XMLSCHEMA]. Note that the materials in this document were formerly part of the Modularization of XHTML document, but have been separated out for editorial purposes.
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This is the "Last Call Working Draft" of "Building XHTML Modules". The Last Call review period ends at 2359Z on 1 Feburary 2000. Please send review comments before the review period ends to email@example.com.
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