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Rick Jelliffe scripsit:
> Why not just bring back CDATA entities from SGML, if you want include-as-text?
XInclude elements require no declarations: one inserts them at the
appropriate point only. They are more familiar to webheads, being
closely analogous to IMG links, and are more convenient to use.
> Why the extra layer that breaks validation?
Breaks *DTD* validation. More reasonable kinds of validation can be
applied in a pipeline either before XInclude processing or after
it or both.
Layering is a *good* thing.
> What is a "partial document" in this usage?
One specified by an XPointer. XInclude defines fixup rules for the
meaning of including an "unbalanced" range.
John Cowan http://www.ccil.org/~cowan firstname.lastname@example.org
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