RE: [XAG Change request] Applicability of XAG

> I would like to propose that we remove the section XML 
> Grammars, and The
> Scope Of XAG.

With the implication that applicability replace scope?

> Applicability.
> In principle, every checkpoint in these guidelines should be 
> met by all XML
> applications. In some cases, particular checkpoints will be 
> "Not Applicable".
> For example, XSLT [ref] specifies transformations, and 
> doesn't normally ahve
> a visual representation.

Which implies that if an instance or class of document doesn't have
a visual representation XAG is inapplicable?

> [[Note: It is an open question whether there should be a way 
> to represent
> XSLT to authors. If so, then checkpoints dealing with constructing an
> outline, providing multi-modal presentations, etc., probably 
> do apply]]

Issue: Anything not in the XSLT namespace is taken as literal content,
so this is one occasion when namespaces don't work.

Regards DaveP


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