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Re: [Moderator Action] XForms WD 20020821 - 2.2 What is a "top-level" element?

From: Thierry Michel <tmichel@w3.org>
Date: Tue, 3 Sep 2002 18:15:06 +0200
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Subject: [Moderator Action] XForms WD 20020821 - 2.2 What is a "top-level"
element?


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> In the penultimate line of 2.2 the term "top-level element" is used
without
> further explanation.
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> In addition, there is no definition for the term in the Glossary.
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> I assume that "top-level element" is intended to be interpreted as a
synonym
> for a "root element".
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> It seems to me that it would be better to avoid the term "top-level"
element,
> not least since the same term has a significantly different meaning in
XSLT.
> In any case, as seemingly used in XForms the term "top-level" seems
> inappropriate.
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> Once usage of the term "root element", or an appropriate substitute, is
> agreed then that term might be better used in place of "top-level"
element.
>
> Andrew Watt
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