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From "Tagunov Anthony" <>
Subject Re: [C2] Cocoon Error with LogicSheets!
Date Thu, 15 Mar 2001 19:13:06 GMT
On Thu, 15 Mar 2001 13:03:51 +0100, Ricardo Rocha wrote:

>Given a collection of inter-related logicsheets, the xsp engine
>should build a topological ordering that results in the correct
>sequence including, probably, the case when the same logicsheet
>may need to be applied more than once.

That would be fabulous!
q: should generally loops be forbidden?

My thoughts are the following: from the idealogical point of view - no.
let us consider taglibA translates <A:foo1/> and <A:foo2/> tags and 
tablibB <B:foo1/> and <B:foo2/>.
So no reason to cosider the following invalid:

<A:foo1/>--><B:foo2/>  (tagilbA)
<B:foo1/>--><A:foo2/>  (tagilbB)
<A:foo2/>--><a2/>         (tagilbA)
<B:foo2/>--><b2/>          (tagilbB)

and then <A:foo1/><B:foo1> will require running A,B,A

but from the implementation perspective much is unclear with such
an approach.

best regards, Tagunov Anthony

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