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RE: XProc and SMIL, Orchestrating Pipeline Steps

From: Philip Fennell <Philip.Fennell@bbc.co.uk>
Date: Thu, 30 Apr 2009 09:44:52 +0100
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Vojtech,

> I would say that p:pipeinfo would be the most appropriate solution.

As you'd want to declare the timesheet at the root of the pipeline you
couldn't use p:pipeinfo because it is not allowed on p:pipeline or
p:declare-step. I think, if it were to be possible to use Timesheets
with Xproc, then the PI is the best approach.


Regards

Philip Fennell

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Subject: RE: XProc and SMIL, Orchestrating Pipeline Steps


> Yes you're quite right, I did it that way to keep the example simple 
> but I also have an idea about that too. What about a processing 
> instruction like this:
> 
> <?xml-timesheet href="aggregate-terms.smil"?>
> 
> Then it is up to the processor if it wants to do anything with the PI 
> and XProc stays clean.

I guess you could use a processing instruction for this, but from the
XProc perspective, I would say that p:pipeinfo would be the most
appropriate solution.

Regards,
Vojtech


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