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Subject DO NOT REPLY [Bug 28729] - Introducing an <annotation> element
Date Wed, 05 May 2004 18:09:23 GMT
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Introducing an <annotation> element





------- Additional Comments From carnold@houston.rr.com  2004-05-05 18:09 -------
I think adding an annotationNS attribute to project is undesirable, but if it is done it should
be done in 
terms of namespace URI's not prefixes.  Though it could be used to mark additional annotation

namespaces, it could be abused to "comment out" elements from an arbitrary namespace (say
ant-
contrib).

I think that if elements in the RDF (and maybe XHTML) namespaces are skipped, there should
be very 
little utility in allowing the user to specify other annotation namespaces.  

I think it would be desirable if the RDF elements are syntaxically checked when processing
the build 
file.  If they were just skipped, then RDF syntax errors would only be identified substantially
after the 
build file is initially written.

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