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From Ian Abbott <i...@cinesite.co.uk>
Subject Re: [Announcement] Cocoon 1.7.4 -- Feedback
Date Mon, 22 May 2000 16:54:49 GMT
> Checking the RFC, it actually says:-
> 
> C. Examples of Resolving Relative URI References
> 
>    Within an object with a well-defined base URI of
> 
>       http://a/b/c/d;p?q
> 
>    the relative URI would be resolved as follows:
> 
>       ?y            =  http://a/b/c/?y
>       g?y           =  http://a/b/c/g?y
> 
> In other words ?query *does* imply the index file after all, so you'd
> need to specify 'slides.xml?query'...
> 
> So NS4 *is* right. Or is it? I'm getting confused...
> 
> Ian

Yep, to confirm, NS4 *is* right, because the RFC also states:-

#s = (current document)#s

So, '#' infers the current document, but '?' infers the containing
directory unless the file is specifically stated in the URI as
'document?...'

So, you need to update your XSL, Stefano.

Ian

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