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From Ross Gardler <rgard...@apache.org>
Subject Re: xhtml2 and the dispatcher
Date Wed, 14 Dec 2005 10:30:56 GMT
David Crossley wrote:
> Thorsten Scherler wrote:
> 
>>I had a look at the current xhtml2 plugin and that raised some
>>questions:
>>
>>a) when I started the only thing I saw where xhtml2 comes into the game
>>is in the document-to-xhtml2.xsl. Meaning we only have to deal with
>>xhtml2 documents to transform and not internal stuff like navigation,...
>>
>>b) this thought is contradicted by the internal.xmap pipe where I can
>>find:
>><map:transform src="{lm:transform.xslt.xhtml2.html}"/>
>>Meaning the xhtml2 plugins really awaits xhtml2 output.
>>
>>That is actually not like I thought multiple format structurer will
>>work. ... [ snip ]
> 
> 
> Don't worry too much about what the existing "xhtml2"
> plugin does. Remember that it started life during one
> ForrestFriday as a way to start working on xhtml2
> in the core. It was done as a quick plugin to get us
> started without disrupting the trunk or other plugins.
> Ross copied over a swag of sitemap matches from the
> old "views" plugins. So i wouldn't be suprised if it
> is confusing and contradictory.

+1

> Didn't someone already say that the only things of
> interest were a couple of stylesheets and the xhtml2
> sample doc.

Now that the contracts I converted over to XHTML2 are useless (i.e. from 
old views) this is true.

Ross

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