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- From: firstname.lastname@example.org (Gavin Nicol)
- To: email@example.com
- Date: Thu, 6 Mar 1997 08:36:54 -0500
>> Yes. Multiple stylesheet could be easier than styles qualified by
>> context in some cases. It really amounts to the same thing though
>> the binding mechnism is different....
>Yes and no. The problem with the FOSI was that even though it
>worked, it was hard to specify style on elements in context
>when the contexts were complex. We combine context and
>local stylesheets. So, a parentage can be used, but a local
>stylesheet can introduce a new one, so the complexity is
>localized as well. Conservation of complexity: we have
>more stylesheets to manage per instance.
Ahh. Trading complexity in specification for complexity in management.
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