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[Bug 3058] ITS inheritance mechanism versus other inheritance mechanisms (e.g. DITA): Need for clear distinction

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Date: Mon, 10 Apr 2006 16:23:47 +0000
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------- Comment #3 from ysavourel@translate.com  2006-04-10 16:23 -------

ITS is applied to the *source* document, without pertending knowing anything
about how the documents are merged/split/reorganized to form a final document.

This is a limitation that comes with any type of compound-document system, not
just DITA. But there is not much we can do about it. Anyone can create document
from bit and pieces of other documents using various methods: there are no way
we could forsee all cases.

Re-usability has many advantages, but it has also drawbacks.
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