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[Bug 3295] What kind of document

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Date: Mon, 22 May 2006 07:58:01 +0000
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------- Comment #1 from ysavourel@translate.com  2006-05-22 07:58 -------
> The following Example 31 is not an XML document.
> How do you define the relationship between the 
> two pieces (its and XHTML) in a stream of text.

This example is now in the Best Practices document [1] as Examples 13 and 14.
There is no formal relationship between an external rule set (Example 13) and
the document wher it may be apply. We expect ITS-aware tools to make such
association.

[1] http://www.w3.org/TR/2006/WD-xml-i18n-bp-20060518/#its-plus-xhtml10

Currently if an explicit association must be made, it should use the href
attribute of <its:rules> (and therefore allow at least <its:rules> within the
document.

Note that we may end up proposing and XHTML module.
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