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RE: ACTION-83 new wording for 3.3.6

From: Smith, Virginia (HP Software) <virginia.smith@hp.com>
Date: Thu, 28 Jun 2007 17:01:53 -0000
Message-ID: <4ED4BEA3C04CAF4C8F9BEE10116D2E30029F4ABB@G3W0067.americas.hpqcorp.net>
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Is the text, which I marked in red below, necessary?  The reason I want
to remove it is that it could be construed that the "resolved
inter-document reference" is the stripped URI when it is really the
entire URI reference. Perhaps move the red text to immediately follow
"Otherwise, if the URI reference" instead.

--
ginny

-----Original Message-----
From: public-sml-request@w3.org [mailto:public-sml-request@w3.org] On
Behalf Of Philippe Le Hegaret
Sent: Thursday, June 28, 2007 8:40 AM
To: public-sml@w3.org
Subject: 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
Received on Thursday, 28 June 2007 17:02:33 GMT

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