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- From: Paul Prescod <email@example.com>
- Date: Sat, 15 May 1999 13:46:53 -0500
Robert Stretch wrote:
> The difference between transclusion and inclusion is that the context of the
> transcluded content is still retained. In Nelson's application model,
> transclusions opened a viewport that was nested inside your document. This
> way you could scroll above and below the transcluded content to see its
> original context.
Thanks for point that out. I think that most people are more interested in
the lower-level mechanism that we would call "node-level inclusion".
Transclusion could (and arguably should) be built on top of inclusion.
can be transformed into:
Paul Prescod - ISOGEN Consulting Engineer speaking for only himself
Earth will soon support only survivor species -- dandelions, roaches,
lizards, thistles, crows, rats. Not to mention 10 billion humans.
- Planet of the Weeds, Harper's Magazine, October 1998
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