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From Michael Davey <>
Subject forrest-side-includes (was: [VOTE] Finalizing html-ihtml-ehtml)
Date Thu, 08 Apr 2004 23:10:05 GMT
It would be really nice to have Apache-style server-side-includes 
dealt with at the forrest stage.

How easy would this be to achieve?  What does everyone else think?


BTW, my vote: a non-binding +1

Nicola Ken Barozzi wrote:

> Since I have not recieved any comments (IOW all seems well) and in the 
> past there have been contrasting opinions, I reckon that lazy 
> consensus does not apply, and am thus now asking for a vote.
> The goal is to make html files be treated as a source to clean, and 
> xhtml files as a source to skin (ala ehtml).
> Hence:
> 1 - make .html extensions work as .ihtml
> 2 - Add an .xhtml source extension that will be used also with xhtml2,
>     and have unrecognized tags that can exist in the output percolate
>     through the html output.
>     This removes need for the multi-namespace support would instead
>     force us to do relax-ng validation or no validation at all.
> 3 - deprecate .ihtml and .ehtml
> Reference for html-xhtml:

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