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Re: Review of Turtle doc (part 2)

From: Zhe Wu <alan.wu@oracle.com>
Date: Mon, 09 Apr 2012 14:02:05 -0700
Message-ID: <4F834E4D.4030703@oracle.com>
To: public-rdf-wg@w3.org
Hi Andy,

On 4/9/2012 9:08 AM, Andy Seaborne wrote:
> ...
>
> == 12.1 Media Type and Content Encoding
>
> Why is is "application/ntriples" and not "application/n-triples" given the language is called "N-triples"?  It would avoid confusion to make it "n-triples".
>
> "The content encoding of N-Triples is always UTF-8."
>   Not true - if its "text/plain" then it's ASCII.

According to a local Unicode expert, US-ASCII is a binary subset of UTF-8 so it is UTF-8.

Thanks,

Zhe

>
> "As N-Triples is a subset of Turtle it may also be provided as text/turtle. "
>   please remove.
> If using "text/turtle;charset=utf-8" then it's Turtle, not N-triples.
>
> Maybe less formal:  "note that when parsed by a Turtle parser, data in the N-Triples format will produce exactly the same triples as the restricted N-triples language".
>
> == 12.3
>
> needed?
>
> == 12.4
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> Make the same style as Turtle.
>
> Use full names, not "subj", "pred" etc.
>
> remove @terminals
>
> Numbering.
>
> BLANK_NODE_LABEL is not PN_LOCAL from Turtle anymore.
> PN_CHARS_U
> PN_CHARS are also not from Turtle anymore.
>
> Use of "\\" when "\" is meant.
>
> Remove @pass.
>
> == Section 13
>
> Not reviewed.
>
> == Section A (Turtle Media Type)
>
> Puts charset under "optional" - isn't it required?
>
> Change control: needs updating.
>
> == Section B (N-Triples media type)
>
> charset not mentioned under parameters.
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>
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