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- From: "James K. Tauber" <email@example.com>
- To: <firstname.lastname@example.org>
- Date: Sun, 26 Apr 1998 01:37:58 +0800
> Here are some examples of things that can provide semantics for XML
> * Stylesheeets.
Sorry to bring it up again, but I still think we should distinguish
semantics from behaviour. Stylesheets *do not* provide semantics, they
provide behaviour. Sure, how something behaves ought to be linked to what it
means but it ain't the stylesheet that's providing the meaning.
Meaning/semantics is surely given by schemata that associate element types,
etc with ontologies.
> XSL will provide what is intended to be the most
> powerful standardized high-level way to associate presentational
> semantics with XML documents in publishing environments.
"Presentational semantics" is mixing two distinct things, IMHO.
James Tauber / email@example.com
Perth, Western Australia
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