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From BURGHARD Éric <eric.burgh...@systheo.com>
Subject Re: Suggestion for XHTMLSerializer
Date Sun, 07 Aug 2005 22:16:34 GMT
Niclas Hedhman wrote:

> On Monday 08 August 2005 01:22, BURGHARD Éric wrote:
> 
>> standard serializers are bugged.
> 
> If we have bugs in the serializers, then let's address it.
> If we need more "types" of serializers, then we address that.
>

Read my answer to antonio, it will perhaps be more clear. XSLProcessor is
actually limited to the transformer role despite the fact it's a real
serializer outside cocoon (take a look at the spec: 20.serialization).

> Eric, I think the only thing that people get "hung up on" is the
> suggestion that there would come into existence a "fat" serializer where
> the output can not be determined by examining the input and its
> parameters, and that effectively a Turing-machine is sitting inside.
>

I would hang up on such a suggestion too. Can't you predict the effect of
<serialize type="xsl" src="xhtml.xsl"/> ? I think that a turing-machine is
sitting inside every component logic no ?

> But if you feel this serializer is necessary to get the work done, please
> be everyone's guest, make it, promote it and show all us non-enlightened
> of its beauty... ;o)
>

You enlighten me by pointing me so well to the right direction and forcing
me to reformulate my sentence and fine tune my poor english :-)

Regards.


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