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Re: XForms and Text and RCC, Oh My!

From: Doug Schepers <doug@schepers.cc>
Date: Wed, 20 Aug 2003 03:03:00 -0400
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Hi, Cameron-

Your project looks very interesting, and could be extremely promising (at
the risk of turning SVG into a programming language ;-) ; I'm looking
forward to seeing the finished product. Implementations are always more
compelling than simple explanations, and this is very good in that regard.

I think that what I'm proposing, though, is a much simpler case than the
scope of your project. I'm interested to hear any technical rationales
against the basic attribute access in templates that I've requested.

Regards-
-Doug

Cameron McCormack wrote:
>
> Hi Doug.
>
> Doug Schepers:
> > I think that a few key features may be missing, though. First, and most
> > important, I think that in order for RCC to live up to its potential, it
is
> > essential that some limited aspect of XPath be included. There was much
> > debate about this at SVG Open (and I'm sure within the WG), but there is
> > very little said about this in the 1.2WD itself, outside of the
XSLT-nature
> > use-cases of Live Templates.
>
> Yes, I've noticed the conspicuous absence of concrete examples of what
> LiveTemplates would look like.  I've been working on some extensions to
> Batik to provide what I think LiveTemplates should be.  I'll be done in a
> couple of weeks.  Hopefully it can get some discussion going on the pros
> and cons of RCC/script and the template way.
>
> Cameron
>
> -- 
> Cameron McCormack
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>
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