Re: Re: Flexible Schemas (was RE: The task to be sol
Do you really mean that the xml:base attribute in every XML document should point to a RDDL document ? Is this your resolution scheme ? Not only does RDDL steal the meaning of namespace URLs, but it also needs to steal the meaning of xml:base, now ? Have a good flight. I'll read your presentations. We'll talk about that later. Best regards, Nicolas ----- Original Message ----- From: "Jonathan Borden" <jborden@m...> To: "Nicolas Lehuen" <nicolas.lehuen@u...>; "Leigh Dodds" <ldodds@i...>; <xml-dev@l...>; "Joe English" <jenglish@f...> Sent: Saturday, January 19, 2002 3:23 PM Subject: Re: Re: Flexible Schemas (was RE: The task to be solved by RDDL) > > > > > > As I said in my previous message, I don't see this as a problem with > RDDL. > > > > As I've said three of four times now, show me the algorithm that will find > > the URL of the RDDL document for this document : http://www.rddl.org/. > This > > is a FONDAMENTAL problem with RDDL. > > > Ok. my very last message before taking off: > > The algorithm is the publised algorithm used to obtain the base URI of any > document. > > It happens to be labelled as the "xml:base" of the root html element in the > RDDL spec. > > Jonathan. > >
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