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Re: ACTION-83 new wording for 3.3.6

From: John Arwe <johnarwe@us.ibm.com>
Date: Fri, 6 Jul 2007 13:36:27 -0400
To: public-sml@w3.org
Message-ID: <OF0CB68FD8.6396CC45-ON85257310.00609825-85257310.0060D069@us.ibm.com>
What is here (in "new") is fine with me, but it looks like you omitted the 
following from "new" which is still required.

If neither of these cases applies, the inter-document
reference is to a document not included in the interchange set. Such a
reference is called “an unresolved inter-document reference.”

"Neither" should probably change to "none" or "none of the above", but 
both of these ideas are still required.

Best Regards, John

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Philippe Le Hegaret <plh@w3.org> 
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06/28/2007 11:39 AM

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ACTION-83 new wording for 3.3.6







Here is a proposal for
 http://www.w3.org/2005/06/tracker/sml/actions/83


Original text:
[[
If the URI representing an inter-document reference only contains a
fragment, the inter-document reference is to the document in which it
occurs. Otherwise, if the URI representing an inter-document reference
is equivalent to a URI that is an alias of some document in the
interchange set, the inter-document reference is to that document. In
either case, such a reference is called “a resolved inter-document
reference.” If neither of these cases applies, the inter-document
reference is to a document not included in the interchange set. Such a
reference is called “an unresolved inter-document reference.”

If the URI representing a resolved inter-document reference has no
fragment, the reference is to the root element of the referred-to
document.

If the URI representing a resolved inter-document reference has a
fragment, the reference is to the element obtained by applying the
fragment to the referred-to document starting with its root element.
]]

should read
[[
If the URI reference representing an inter-document reference is a
fragment identifier (see section 3.5, RFC 3896), the inter-document
reference is to the document in which it occurs. Otherwise, if the URI
reference, stripped from its fragment identifier and representing an
inter-document reference, is equivalent to a URI reference that is an
alias of some document in the interchange set, the inter-document
reference is to that document. In either case, such a reference is
called “a resolved inter-document reference.”

If the URI reference representing a resolved inter-document reference
has no fragment, the reference is to the root element of the referred-to
document.

If the URI reference representing a resolved inter-document reference
has a fragment, the reference is to the element obtained by applying the
fragment to the referred-to document starting with its root element.
]]

Philippe





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