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Re: Publication request for WG Note: Associating Schemas with XML documents 1.0 (Third Edition)

From: Paul Grosso <paul@paulgrosso.name>
Date: Tue, 06 Nov 2012 08:02:40 -0600
Message-ID: <50991880.4030008@paulgrosso.name>
To: public-xml-core-wg@w3.org
Yes, that's what Norm just explained to me too.

But that doesn't work for the XML version if the
stylesheet PI points to the xmlspec.xsl one.  I
suppose we could point the XML to a version of
diffspec.xsl with show.diff.markup=0, but that's
just perversely confusing.

paul


On 2012-11-06 03:56, Henry S. Thompson wrote:
> Paul Grosso writes:
>
>> What happened is that the xmlspec.xsl I was using doesn't
>> handle the @diff attribute on the phrase element.  (In fact,
>> I don't think it handles the @diff='del' case properly on
>> any of the elements.)
>>
>> I looked at the xmlspec.xsl being using by the latest XInclude
>> spec, and it was basically the same one as I was using, so it
>> appears that we've never be handling @diff='del' properly when
>> generating the non-diff version of the spec.  Is this possible?
>>
>> I added a template to xmlspec.xsl to toss elements with @diff='del'.
>>
>> Now I'll have to check with W3C staff to see what it might take
>> to fix things on the TR page.
> If you use xmlspec and diff markup, to produce the clean copy you have
> to invoke it with diffspec.xsl and show.diff.markup=0.
>
> ht
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