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Stefano Debenedetti scripsit:
> hello list,
> it is very unclear to me how is XPointer information to be received by an XPointer-enabled server, and if such a server is even supposed to exist, as it seems to me that existing browsers keep any info after the crosshatch char # for after-resource-retrieval processing and don't send that part of the URL to the server, and from what I gaher that happens to be conformant to RFC 2396, is that true?
That is standards-conformant behavior. XPointers can be used as fragment
identifiers in URI references, in which case they are client-side, but may
also be useable in other ways which haven't been thought up yet.
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