Tim Bray wrote:
N.B., 6.1 is dependent on 6.2.b
| 6.1 Are linking element source documents interesting?
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| 6.2 Locator fragments and traversal process model
| In the web, when processing "http://x.com/y/z.html#SEC1", the server
| returns all of z.html, and the client navigates to an <A NAME="SEC1".
| In the ERB's terminology discussions, there was considerable time spent
| on the issue of whether this locator fragmentation and process model are
| artifacts of one particular addressing scheme, or are a general enough
They are. It's the one you have to work with.
| pattern that XML Link should formalize (and include terminlogy for)
| one or both of
| a) locator fragmentation into containing object locator and
| contained locator specifier
| b) a traversal process model with explicit server/client division of
How will XML work if you don't?
Terry Allen Fujitsu Software Corp. firstname.lastname@example.org
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