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- To: <xanatech@xxxxxxxxxxx>
- Subject: the larch
- From: <acad!3HARBOR!Theodor_Nelson>
- Date: Sun, 18 Feb 90 20:00 PST
- Cc: <3HARBOR!Tedn>
- In-reply-to: <TechN>
There's no assurance that there will always be a "browser,"
or anything else, in a Xanadu application. (Of course,
in the general sense a browser could be an overview or a list.)
We do not control what a Xanadu application is.
There can also be multiple display methods suggested for a given
structure, and then the user can ignore them all. Or come up with
a new one and link it as a suggestion to the document.
Same for manipulation methods.
Supplying these as a tuple, however, could be a convenience.