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[XBL] XBL 2.0 subtree or XML Fragment body

From: <karl@w3.org>
Date: Thu, 05 Oct 2006 05:44:52 -0000
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This is a QA Review comment for "XML Binding Language (XBL) 2.0"
Last Call WD

About http://www.w3.org/TR/2006/WD-xbl-20060907/#terminology

In the terminology of XML Fragment, an "XBL subtree" is defined as "fragment body"

fragment body

    A well-balanced region of an XML document being considered as (logically and/or physically) separate from the rest of the document for the purposes of defining it as a fragment. Also, that part of a fragment entity that consists solely of the well-balanced region from the complete XML document. When it is important to indicate that a reference is specifically to the version of the fragment body still physically part of the originating (parent) document, this document will use the term “fragment body in situ.”
]]] -- XML Fragment Interchange
       Mon, 12 Feb 2001 20:24:18 GMT

The definition of XBL subtree is
An XBL subtree is a subtree in an XML document (an XML instance), the subtree having as its root node an xbl element in the XBL namespace, which is used to define bindings. XBL subtrees can stand alone in XBL documents, or can be included in non-XBL documents.
]]] -- XML Binding Language (XBL) 2.0
       Thu, 07 Sep 2006 13:43:53 GMT

What about saying: An XBL subtree is a fragment body in an XML document…

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