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Yes. That is a way to do it, typically,
PIs got stuffed into the file. As I recall,
ArborText did something like that, but it's
been a long time since the rock n roll of
SGML systems for me. Stylesheets after a time
just meant 'all the processes for this pass'
and off we went into the DSSSL vs HyTime
warz Ralph mentions. Urrrp... not again.
We'll end up with the CSSHeads wanting
to declare war on the XSLTHeads, and
nothing good will come of it except
CSS mediaTypes tied to behaviors. Umm... ;-)
From: Gavin Thomas Nicol [mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org]
On Friday 01 February 2002 10:05 am, Bullard, Claude L (Len) wrote:
> I became convinced it came
> down to a framework of objects and rendering, validation,
> hyperlink resolution, etc. were just processes to be
> pipelined as needed.
I'd agree with that in a general sense... though you need a
coordination mechanism. Many times in DynaText, the stylsheets were
used for this (the stylesheets could be extended).