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- From: "email@example.com" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
- To: James Clark <email@example.com>
- Date: Mon, 10 Mar 1997 13:58:36 +0900
James Clark <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote...
>I don't think it's safe to assume that an entity is intended to be be used
>as a style sheet for some document simply because it is declared in the
>document with a style sheet notation. Suppose for example, somebody was
>writing a book about DSSSL: they might declare each of their example style
>sheets as being entities with the DSSSL notation.
Thank you for your suggestion.
In your first example, that DSSSL book author does not use that example as
DSSSL style-sheet. What he want to say in NOTAION is "This is DSSSL file".
I think, about our idea, style-sheet entity's notation should mean
"THIS IS STYLE-SHEET which described in DSSSL". This idea needs STYLE-SHEET
email@example.com wrote ( thank you for your suggetion),
>We don't clearly distinguish between the type of an object (e.g.
>its data format, as determined by NOTATION or Mime Media Type) and
>our intended use of it.
Using NOTATION as intention for use of entity is not so good in SGML?
I recongnize our idea's weak points by your suggentions. What I like
my idea is no SGML extentions is not need. All of this idea is application
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