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RE: Weekly call for agenda items - xml literal

From: Bill de hOra <dehora@eircom.net>
Date: Thu, 7 Mar 2002 20:08:37 -0000
To: "RDF Core" <w3c-rdfcore-wg@w3.org>
Message-ID: <002901c1c613$dee25e20$887ba8c0@mitchum>
 
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> Options include (one of):
> > - I make a detailed proposal based on my earlier postings
> - I present test cases of pairs of RDF/XML documents 
> including xml literals that may or may not be the same

I'd just defer the write up and do test cases with some comments.
If enough people need more after that, maybe a write up is in
order.


> - I discuss round-tripping, for example in an RSS use case, 
> starting from a minimalist approach of "let's just treat the 
> element content as a self contained string of well-balanced 
> xml, and if its missing bits that's an error", and the 
> assumption that an RDF/XML document can pass unharmed through 
> an XSLT processor.

Why not treat roundtripping as a sequence of test cases?

 
> I believe that any choice other than the first of these, will 
> involve some (possibly non-normative) dependency on C14N.

I believe you're correct.

Bill

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