Re: REST & types
Mark Baker wrote: > > > So here's a question. If I *wanted* type safety what do I do? > > Type binding occurs very late in REST. Do it with HEAD or GET (such > as invoking a GET and Accepting RDF). I see type safety as being orthogonal to REST. That's why I'm creating WRDL. If you want type safety, you should get it. If you don't, you can just ignore WRDL. Paul Prescod
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