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From "Carsten Ziegeler" <cziege...@s-und-n.de>
Subject RE: Allowed Sitemap Constructs
Date Fri, 04 Jan 2002 15:22:15 GMT
Hi,

before we continue discussion things like pre/intra/post-matching actions,
can someone summarize the current semantics of the sitemap as it *should*
be? I can only describe it, as it is currently implemented:

- only match is allowed as top-level element
- the sitemap is processed top-down, the processing stops:
  * when a serialize is reached
  * when a reader is reached
  * when the end is reached
- match: if match successful, processing continues inside
- select: if a test is successful, processing continues inside this test
            else processing continues in otherwise
- act: action is executed. If it returns something, processing
          is executed inside the element
- generate: generator is added to pipeline
- transform: transformer is added to pipeline
- serialize: serializer is added to pipeline, processing ends
- reader: reader is added to pipeline, processing ends

So the first question to answer is: is this the semantics wanted for 2.0?
Or do we have any bugs?

Nice weekend,
Carsten

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