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From Berin Loritsch <blorit...@apache.org>
Subject Re: [RT] Managing Flow and Resources
Date Tue, 11 Dec 2001 13:50:48 GMT
Stefano Mazzocchi wrote:

> Berin Loritsch wrote:
> 
>>However, this does bring up a valid point about the
>>pipelines as they stand:
>>
>>It would be great to have valid pipelines that do not specify
>>the source document in the generator.  In other words, the valid
>>pipeline would say use a "FileGenerator" through an "XSLTTransformer"
>>with stylesheet X through an "HTMLSerializer".
>>
>>Notice that the "FileGenerator" does not have a source property.
>>
>>In the concept outlined here, we specify the source or page in
>>the <send-response/> tag.  This is an important distinction so that
>>we can have re-usable pipelines.
>>
> 
> I do like this concept of having 'reusable pipelines' and I think it
> could also be made back-compatible with the existing sitemap.
> 
> How were you thinking of adding this sematic to the sitemap?


When I origionaly proposed it, I had a separate file that declared
the pipelines by name.  I was proposing a separation of concerns for
the sitemap.

I.e., break the Component declarations out and merge it into Cocoon.xconf
allowing for central management of allowable sitemap components.  Also,
explicitly declare the finite amount of pipelines in a pipelines.xconf
file to describe the named pipelines.  Lastly, the Sitemap and Flowmap
ideas were reduced to the actual matching of source to named pipeline.




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  deserve neither liberty nor safety."
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