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On Saturday 02 February 2002 12:06 am, John Cowan wrote:
> But that is because XPointer ranges are monstrosities: not just
> *here* to *there*, but from *these* to *those* where we are dealing
> with arbitrarily multiplex XPath referents. For transclusion,
> we need to be able to say *here* to *there* and that's all we need.
I'm not sure I see much difference. I think it is useful to be able to
link to multiple points at once... though the minimalist in me does
FWIW. I can't think of many node-addressing schemes that couldn't have
the same charges levelled at them.