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Re: XForms document versioning (PR#104)

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Date: Thu, 14 Jun 2007 15:10:52 -0500
Message-Id: <200706142010.l5EKAq7K026135@htmlwg.mn.aptest.com>
To: mark.birbeck@x-port.net
CC: www-forms@w3.org, www-forms-editor@w3.org


we changed section 3.3.1 to default model version to empty, and defined empty to
mean that the processor gets to choose the version. If no version chosen is
available, the xforms-version-exception is dispatched to the default model. The
declaration on the default model is used to make the choice. Later models may
offer declarations of model version but xforms-version-exception is a gain
dispatched to the default model if their declarations are incompatible with the
version chosen.

Ulrich Nicolas Lissé.
For the Forms WG

> Hello,
> I'd like to suggest that we have a version attribute that can be used
> on any element in a host language. This would therefore be a global
> attribute in the XForms namespace, and might be used as follows:
>    <html xf:version="1.1">
>      ...
>    </html>
> My feeling is that this attribute is less about enforcing behaviour of
> processors, and more about providing a clear indication to authors
> which type of document they are dealing with.
> For example, if a form contains a submission that uses the new
> xf:resource attribute or element, it may not be immediately obvious to
> a new author as they start to learn XForms, that this is not supported
> in all processors. Rather than having a flurry of emails on one or
> other list saying that some example doesn't work, I think we should
> encourage authors to indicate what standard is being used by a form.
> Regards,
> Mark
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