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From "Carlos Tejo Alonso" <carlos.t...@fundacionctic.org>
Subject RE: XInclude
Date Wed, 06 Aug 2008 07:53:28 GMT
> >>> 18. - [code] Migrate to a decent schema language, primarily 
> >> so that we can
> >>> use namespaces in XML docs, allowing things like XInclude, 
> >> in-line metadata,
> >>> in-line SVG, Jelly snippets, or anything else users can 
> >> make a Transformer
> >>> for. → open
> >>>
> >>> So it seems that is not done. I don't know the best way 
> >> forward on this, we
> >>> can add it to our DTD, create a new one and add it to our 
> >> schema, point to
> >>> something better existing or .. ??
> >>>
> >>> The patch itself seems flawless in its application, 
> matching the W3C
> >>> examples [1] pretty closely, so I don’t have a problem with 
> >> the way they
> >>> have been applied as such, just need to work out the best 
> >> approach to
> >>> approve the method and get it validated against our tests.
> > 
> > Are you planning to change the xdoc intermediate language? 
> Maybe change to xhtml 1.1? I will be waiting for news in 
> order to do my bit.
> 
> For a very long time we have intending to move to a subset of 
> XHTML 2. 
> But planning and doing are two different things. We need 
> someone with a 
> suitably strong need to solve the problems posed by XDoc to 
> actually do it.

Maybe, we should start to think to do it. Could somebody show the steps to move from xdoc
to xhtml? I will try to do my bit.
 
> Why XHTML2? For a full answer see the mail archives but in 
> short it is 
> because it is modular and therefore allows us to strip out 
> all the bits 
> that we don't want. That is all the bits that make it useless as an 
> intermediate language.

As xhtml2 is still a working draft ... Why not move to xhtml1.1? Is it not suitable for the
required needs?

Cheers,

Carlos Tejo Alonso
R&D+I Deparment - CTIC Foundation [Asturias, Spain]
www.fundacionctic.org 
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