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- From: Marcelo Cantos <email@example.com>
- To: firstname.lastname@example.org
- Date: Tue, 22 Jun 1999 11:55:09 +1000
On Mon, Jun 21, 1999 at 08:06:42PM -0400, Paul Prescod wrote:
> Marc.McDonald@Design-Intelligence.com wrote:
> > FO's force you to reconstruct your elements as formatting objects which lose
> > all contextual information from the original (both nesting and element
> > identification). In this way it is like translating to HTML (which was the
> > example).
> That is absolutely not true. If the transformation is done on the client
> side then *no information is lost* in the transformation because the
> original document is still available and can be referenced through the
> result document. The result document is just a view -- it can't destroy
> the original information any more than a database view could.
But haven't you been arguing for providing FO's _at_the_server_? If
you are suggesting transforming at the client, then you are
_favouring_ the semantic web! I am really confused now.
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