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> ><?rddl-doctype href="http://example.org/some-rddl-description.html" ?>
> Blecch. Assuming you believe that this is a good idea, stick it
> in a namespaced tribute required to be on the root element. Then
> you can get at it through all the existing APIs and address it
> with XPath and so on.
PIs can be addressed with XPath. They can also be retrieved using the DOM or
handled with SAX.
> PIs are for application-specific processing IMHO. This is not
> application-specific at all. -Tim
Isn't RDDL optional? That means it's an application-specific decision
whether or not it should do any processing based on the resources in the
associated RDDL directory. By using an attribute, you've put this
application-specific piece of data into the content of the document. That
seems way more intrusive than a simple PI.