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On Wed, Dec 04, 2002 at 10:41:08AM -0500, Simon St.Laurent wrote:
> email@example.com (Simon St.Laurent) writes:
> >I'm aware that recent versions of Mozilla and Netscape support simple
> >XLinks, that Opera can be taught to support simple XLinks through CSS,
> >and that RDDL, SVG, and MathML use XLink to varying degrees.
> Forgot XML Topic Maps (XTM) in that list, as well as the implementation
> of XPointer in Daniel Veillard's libxml library.
If I believe bug reports I got :-) the XPointer layer is being used
to select subpart of documents for XInclude. Admitedly it's not directly
related to rendering of the document, i.e. inclusion and not transclusion.
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