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Re: Shared references service

From: David Carlisle <davidc@nag.co.uk>
Date: Fri, 22 Jun 2012 14:31:03 +0100
Message-ID: <4FE47397.3030404@nag.co.uk>
To: Robin Berjon <robin@berjon.com>
Cc: spec-prod Prod <spec-prod@w3.org>
Interesting...

For those of us using xmlspec, I don't suppose you could offer xml as
well as json? It doesn't make it much easier but it might make it a bit
easier: the json parsing in the following is a bit flaky and it would
probably be easier for the server just to serve the structure it had?

If not, the json parsing could of course be improved, this is just a
quick test of your server:).



Anyway:

$ saxon9 -it webref  refbib.xsl  q=MATHML,SVG

produces

<blist>
    <bibl id="MATHML">
       <phrase role="href">http://www.w3.org/TR/MathML/</phrase>
       <phrase role="title">Mathematical Markup Language (MathML)</phrase>
       <phrase role="authors">
          <phrase role="author">authors</phrase>
          <phrase role="author">David Carlisle</phrase>
          <phrase role="author">Patrick Ion</phrase>
          <phrase role="author">Robert Miner</phrase>
       </phrase>
       <phrase role="publisher">W3C</phrase>
    </bibl>
    <bibl id="SVG">
       <phrase role="href">http://www.w3.org/TR/SVG/</phrase>
       <phrase role="title">Scalable Vector Graphics (SVG)</phrase>
       <phrase role="authors">
          <phrase role="author">authors</phrase>
          <phrase role="author">O. Andersson</phrase>
          <phrase role="author">R. Berjon</phrase>
          <phrase role="author">E. Dahlström</phrase>
          <phrase role="author">A. Emmons</phrase>
          <phrase role="author">J. Ferraiolo</phrase>
          <phrase role="author">A. Grasso</phrase>
          <phrase role="author">V. Hardy</phrase>
          <phrase role="author">S. Hayman</phrase>
          <phrase role="author">D. Jackson</phrase>
          <phrase role="author">C. Lilley</phrase>
          <phrase role="author">C. McCormack</phrase>
          <phrase role="author">A. Neumann</phrase>
          <phrase role="author">C. Northway</phrase>
          <phrase role="author">A. Quint</phrase>
          <phrase role="author">N. Ramani</phrase>
          <phrase role="author">Doug Schepers</phrase>
          <phrase role="author">A. Shellshear</phrase>
       </phrase>
       <phrase role="publisher">W3C</phrase>
    </bibl>
</blist>

where refbib.xsl is attached


I note that q=MATHML returns the latest MathML draft in TR. I don't 
really mind but the notes imply it perhaps ought to return the editors' 
draft (or there should be another ID that returns the editors' draft?)
which would be

https://www.w3.org/Math/Group/draft-spec/

rather than

http://www.w3.org/TR/MathML/

David




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