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Re: AssocSS issues

From: Henry S. Thompson <ht@inf.ed.ac.uk>
Date: Wed, 02 Dec 2009 10:09:00 +0000
To: "Grosso, Paul" <pgrosso@ptc.com>
Cc: <public-xml-core-wg@w3.org>
Message-ID: <f5bbpih662r.fsf@hildegard.inf.ed.ac.uk>
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Grosso, Paul writes:

>> more restrictive location for xml-stylesheet PIs
>> ------------------------------------------------
>> We probably need to allow, but discourage, x-s PIs in the
>> internal and external subsets.

I'm happy with the wording in the 27 November draft on this issue.

>> constraints on pseudo-attribute values
>> --------------------------------------
>> Paul is concerned that the document constraints on the values
>> of the pseudo-attributes (1) were not what we decided when
>> discussing issues earlier and (2) are in some cases more
>> restrictive than what the 1st edition requires (even by
>> reference to HTML4).
>> 
>> Henry isn't sure about the whole processor/document dicotomy
>> on constraints.  (For the record, Paul didn't expect that
>> dicotomy either and thought we'd just stick to constraints
>> on processors, but I think I can live with constraints on
>> documents as long as we can agree on those constraints.)

I guess I can live with this as it stands in the 27 November draft.  I
will suggest some wording changes at the editorial level before we go
to PER.

>> Note on same document reference from the PI
>> -------------------------------------------
>> The 1st Ed has a note that is no longer in the draft 2nd Ed.
>> Paul wondered if we should include it, and Henry did thinks so.

Looks good in 27 November draft.

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New (old) issue:  The description of where 'the processor' sits wrt
'the application' seems to have been lost at some point.  I thought
we had agreed that something along the lines of

   [XML] defines an *application* as a software module which receives
   the information content of an XML document from an *XML processor*.
   [Definition: A (conforming) *xml-stylesheet processor* is such an
   application which processes XML processing instructions [ref
   REC-xml/#sec-pi] whose [PITarget] is 'xml-stylesheet' in accordance
   with this specification.]

   An *xml-stylesheet processor* may be part of a larger XML
   application, or may function independently.  In either case,
   [Definition: an *application* is the consumer of the
   pseudo-attribute analysis defined in this specification.]

would be added.

ht
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