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Re: [dom-xpath] Competing Proposals Proposal

From: <jeroen@tcf.nl>
Date: Sun, 7 May 2000 20:41:13 +0200 (CEST)
Message-Id: <200005071841.UAA23376@webmail2.xs4all.nl>
To: www-dom-xpath@w3.org
scott wrote:
> I would propose that we create three rough competing proposals for a DOM
> XPath:

> 1) Ultra Minimal (e.g. Microsoft/Oracle selectNodes as they exist today).
>
> 2) Minimal but with separate interface+namespace context support.
>
> 3) Complete as makes sense (e.g. full context initialization, variable
> support, maybe matching, maybe compiled queries, etc.)
>
> Then we can vote on which one we want to converge on.  If, as is probable,
> we decide on 1) or 2), we can use 3) as a potential long range plan, and
> try to see if there can be a continuum from at 1) or 2) to 3).

> I would be glad to work with someone on either 2) or 3) (preferably 3).



I'm in favor of 3 and would like to contribute.


Jeroen

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