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Re: XSL Errata document updated

From: Éric Bischoff <e.bischoff@noos.fr>
Date: Fri, 25 Oct 2002 18:07:08 +0200
To: Max Froumentin <mf@w3.org>, www-xsl-fo@w3.org
Message-Id: <200210251807.09053.e.bischoff@noos.fr>

Le Friday 25 October 2002 17:38, Max Froumentin a écrit:
> These errata are mostly the result of comments sent to
> the public xsl-editors comment list (archived at
> http://lists.w3.org/Archives/Public/xsl-editors/ ).
>
> Paul Grosso
> for the XSL FO Subgroup of the XSL WG

Paul,

Isn't there an error in the errata ;-) ?

============================
Replace:

fo: element and attribute tree: <fo:external-graphic src="TH0317A.jpg"/>

with

<fo:external-graphic src="'url(TH0317A.jpg)'"/>
============================

Are you sure it's not rather:

<fo:external-graphic src="url('TH0317A.jpg')"/>

? (look at the position of the single quotes)

Reference: Section 5-11 Property datatypes:

============================
<uri-specification> 

A sequence of characters that is "url(", followed by optional white space, 
followed by an optional single quote (') or double quote (") character, 
followed by a URI reference as defined in [RFC2396], followed by an optional 
single quote (') or double quote (") character, followed by optional white 
space, followed by ")". The two quote characters must be the same and must 
both be present or absent. If the URI reference contains a single quote, the 
two quote characters must be present and be double quotes. 
============================

It means "url('string')" and not "'url(string)'".

Same for all other mentions of url( ) in the errata.

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