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Re: more QName madness

Re:  more QName madness
Jonathan Borden scripsit:

> > It would be really cool; it's probably well beyond the state of the
> > art, unless the "description" were written in Java er sumpn.
> Hardly beyond the state of the art. I've suggested in
> http://www.rddl.org/fragment-syntax that support for XPointer schemes might
> be indicated in a RDDL document (one which might be dereferenced from the
> XPointer scheme namespace for example) e.g.
> Now it should be straightfoward to add pointers to various language
> implementations of XPointer scheme dereferencing mechanisms via something
> like:

That was just my point: in order to *really* support interop of the
kind D.V. wants, we need mobile code, not just "descriptions".

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