Re: [widgets] Widgets URI scheme... it's baaaack!

On Wed, Sep 2, 2009 at 10:33 AM, Robin Berjon<> wrote:
> On May 23, 2009, at 19:21 , Mark Baker wrote:
>> Right.  That's the same point Arve made.  I don't see a problem with
>> it.  Sure, a widget will be able to discover an implementation detail
>> of its widget container - the base URI - but it's still up to the
>> container to permit or deny access to other resources from that widget
>> when asked to dereference it, whether the widget discovered the URI
>> via a mechanism such as the one you describe, or even if it simply
>> guessed it.
> Calling it an implementation detail doesn't make it one. Say I have a script
> in which I need to identify resources that I'm currently using from within
> the widget. Since I don't want to have to care how the designers linked them
> in, I'll use their absolute URIs to compare them. If implementation A
> returns "http://magic-widget-host.local/dahut.svg", and implementation B
> "file:///special-widget-mount/dahut.svg", and C gives me "made-up:/dahut.svg
> we don't exactly have interoperability.

I don't understand.  In what scenario would a script be comparing URIs
produced by different implementations?


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