Re: Extension and media type and RDDL and document types
Michael Brennan wrote: > > Why not have an index.xml or index.xhtml in each XAR that adopts RDDL > conventions, but using extended rather than simple links? The same > syntax for the extended link could also be used in linkbases, enabling > applications to permit the user to associate additional resources with a > namespace or doctype without having to package a XAR or put RDDL on a > website. Could you provide a short example that demonstates the benefits of an extended vs. simple XLink, particularly for something like a XAR. Is it that an extended XLink would represent a tree of subresources rather than a single source e.g. the namespace URI and multiple leaves e.g. the references resources? Jonathan
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