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RE: Allowed characters - added HTML global rules embedded case

From: Yves Savourel <ysavourel@enlaso.com>
Date: Wed, 19 Dec 2012 05:11:08 -0700
To: "'Multilingual Web LT-TESTS Public'" <public-multilingualweb-lt-tests@w3.org>
Message-ID: <assp.070087fee7.assp.0700bd68a3.001a01cddde2$1099ba70$31cd2f50$@com>
Hi Leroy,

> ... do I have to have an example for each data category for the 
> HTML global embedded case because as far as I was aware it only 
> applied to Provenance and LQI.

Being able to embed global rules in HTML, as far as I know, applies to any data category that have global rules (and such rules can apply to HTML). So if we have a test for HTML global rules linked, we probably should have the corresponding test for embedded.

I think you are thinking of stand-off markup. That is for Provenance and LQI. BTW: stand-off could be internal (same file as the content) or external (reference pointing to another file where the stand-off data is). I think we tests only for internal. And, to make things more fun: when it's external the format could be either HTML or XML (regardless of the format of the file where the content is)... 


> Also if each data category requires this test then we will also 
> need to test for the HTML global rules embedded case 
> with its:param????

It would be ideal :)
The optimal solution may be to test several things at the same time, otherwise we'll end up for many test files. Since its:param is required if one supports global rules, we could simply have the test for it in the same file that tests the embedded rules. (I haven't done that for the file I added).

cheers,
-yves
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