Re: Architectural problems of the XInclude CR (Tim Bray) writes:

>Simon St.Laurent wrote:
>> Technologies like Cocoon and AxKit (not to mention XSLT) make it far
>> easier for a single site to return, for instance, a raw XML, an SVG, 
>> XSL-FO, and an XHTML version of the same content, all using the same 
>> values. 
>Er, when you say ID values what do you mean?  Could this be reworded as 
>"all identified by the same URI" or "and an XHTML version, all as 
>representations of the same resource"? -Tim

Yep.  Sorry.  Just meant to make it clear that you can't even count on
the fragment identifiers to break predictably.

Simon St.Laurent
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Received on Wednesday, 29 January 2003 18:45:50 UTC