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From Paul Russell <p...@luminas.co.uk>
Subject Re: Normalizing xsp uri namespaces
Date Thu, 15 Feb 2001 14:17:51 GMT
* Giacomo Pati (giacomo@apache.org) wrote :
> > > > i'll vote for
> > > >
> > > > http://apache.org/xsp/core/VERSION
> > > >
> > > > we should immediately switch c2's xsp namespace uri to use that. we
> > > > should also switch the c2 logicsheets to use the new unified xsp
> > > > namespace scheme.
> > > I totally agree.
> > I agree as well.

Thirded.

> > > What pattern should we use for the version? I've actually found two
> > > styles:
> > > 1) http://apache.org/xsp/esql/v2
> > > 2) http://apahce.org/xsp/foo/1.0
> > I would suggest the use of two numbers 'dot notation' for versioning
> > [major.minor] where major is incremented when the taglib is *NOT* back
> > compatible, while minor is incremented if something is added or
> > deprecated, but back compatibility is maintained.
> My preference too, so we are at 2 votes for 2) and one for 1)

And mine.

> > In the future, we might want to centralize the distribution of XSP
> > taglibs from the above URI, then I suggest we place a sort of "taglib
> > description file" that indicates where the XSP engine can find the
> > appropriate taglib implementation for the required programming language,
> > but this has nothing to do with embedding either the programming
> > language or the XSP engine name (Cocoon or AxKit) in the taglib URI.
> Yes, kind a automated CPAN for taglibs. I feel sorry nobody investigated into 
> the simple logicsheet language (SILLY) where things like this coud be 
> addressed. Also because a SILLY stylesheet will be programming language 
> neutral to be ported along different implenetations of XSP.

Well, broadly speaking, anyway. What happened to SiLLy? Do we have a
schema lying around? It shouldn't be that hard to write if we knew what
we were aiming for.


P.

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