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Subject DO NOT REPLY [Bug 10540] - [PATCH] Make CInclude support select="xpath" attribute
Date Thu, 11 Jul 2002 14:55:43 GMT
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[PATCH] Make CInclude support select="xpath" attribute





------- Additional Comments From acoliver@apache.org  2002-07-11 14:55 -------
My plan is actually the opposite, to merge the two into CInclude and make
CIncludeTransformer handle both X and C include namespaces.  

XInclude currently does not work for the cocoon:// protocol.  It absolutely
insists everything be files.  I could not determine if this was strictly a bug
or what.  (putting cocoon:// will result in an exeception where it attempts to
find /opt/tomcat/webapps/cocoon/samples/mysample/cocoon://blabla).

Furthermore, CInclude appears to be cleaner code.  XInclude is dom based and
writes directly to the streamer.  

My intent is to create from CInclude a new "IncludeTransformer" and include both
functionality that provides backward compatibility. 

Thoughts?  (maybe this should just continue on the list ;-) )

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