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Re: [xml-dev] N universes of constraint specification

Just old ideas whose origins are, as I recollect, in a period of intense collaboration between Charles Goldfarb and James Clark.  Be careful, Roger: these ideas are known to be dangerous.

On 05/07/2016 11:45 AM, Costello, Roger L. wrote:

Steve Newcomb wrote:


When we mess with a document that straddles
           N universes of constraint-specification, we
           shouldn't have to first pretend that it occupies
           space in only one of them at a time in order to
           test the validity of some component in each of
           them. We should be able to take a broader view,
           working in a meta-universe that contains all of
           the document's universes. In such a meta-space,
           we can comprehensively validate each individual
           component of such a document, in its living context.

Steve, this is awesome. Thank you.


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