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From "Gavin" <ga...@16degrees.com.au>
Subject RE: Simple include files?
Date Tue, 19 May 2009 10:32:16 GMT


> -----Original Message-----
> From: Brolin Empey [mailto:brolin@brolin.be]
> Sent: Saturday, 16 May 2009 10:41 AM
> To: dev@forrest.apache.org
> Subject: Re: Simple include files?
> 
> 2009/5/15 Gavin <gavin@16degrees.com.au>
> >
> > Well, it makes it damn difficult for people to work out who is saying
> what, and makes replies
> >
> > difficult to be separated from the question, especially so for those
> reading the archives and
> >
> > not part of the conversation.
> 
> I notice you are using Outlook.  I have no trouble using Mozilla
> Thunderbird and Gmail’s Web interface to reply inline to HTML
> messages.  Can you use Thunderbird instead of Outlook?

I tried Thunderbird years ago and never liked it, I'm willing to give it
another go and see what its like again. Hopefully it won't mind importing my
4GB outlook.pst file :)

> 
> >
> > It is your preference, mine is to not answer any more queries posted in
> html.
> 
> OK, I will try to use only plain text when writing to this list.  It
> is annoying, though, because I use Gmail’s Web interface, which
> remembers the last message format used (plain or rich text), so I have
> to keep switching because I use rich text with other contacts.  That
> is why I wrote I will try to use only plain text when writing to this
> list:  I may forget because Gmail’s Web interface does not appear to
> support configuring whether a recipient prefers plain or rich text.
> Thunderbird has that feature, but I use Gmail’s Web interface because
> I use this Gmail account on at least 2 desktop PCs.  I do not use a
> portable PC.

Yeah, I use Gmail too, the ASF mail filtering system is another reason for
me not to use HTML as it increases SPAM score. Other users on some lists
also have problems posting with Gmail due to the headers it sends out. The
main reason however remains readability for other users and the archives,
which are - as I've grown to understand over the years, more and more
important as projects evolve.

> 
> Anyway, can we please get back on track?

Absolutely :)

>  Can someone please change
> the XDocs DTDs so I can use <xi:include/> as a child of a <table>
> (after the optional <caption>)?

Yes, I agree, I'll do this tomorrow against our v13 and v20 if no objections
come in. I did look to see if using xpointer with xinclude would solve your
problem, but it does not.

Gav...


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