Horacio Lez wrote:

> A similar idea comes to mind when reading about XForms.
> XForms is a W3C standard meta-language for Forms, but
> XForms don't tell you the visual appearance the Form will have,
> the "meta" level XForms use is more abstract, like:
> "expose a mutually exclusive option set"
> but you can't tell it:
> "draw a listbox with a yellow background, and if the user
> makes a selection, fire the onClick event"
> (more info: http://www.w3c.org/MarkUp/Forms/)

This is great, although I'd say it would be better to have the meta 
language be Ruby.  I'm not convinced that XML is a good syntax to use as a 
programming language.

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