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Re: RE: Take 2 - How do you replace comments from XML?

re take 0
"Simon St.Laurent" <simonstl@s...> writes:

> Every time I see keys and values presented this way I conclude that
> whoever concocted this setup doesn't really give a damn about markup, so
> further discussion about the merits of the markup aspects of their
> design is likely pointless.

"Danny Ayers" <danny666@v...> writes:

> Sounds reasonable. The main reason I was curious is because I've done (more
> or less) a refactoring of java.util.Properties to use RDF. A possibility was
> to use a similar king of structure as you describe, with a URI for the name,
                   ^^^^  [1]
> but as I only need this locally within an app, opted for a literals there,
> giving the simpler:
> <rdf:_1
> 	rdf:type='http://ideagraph.org/xmlns/idea/features#Feature'
> 	ftrs:name='defaultHtmlTemplate'
> 	ftrs:value='default.html'
> />

I see no disagreement between my distinguished colleagues. A judgment
on RDF and the appropriateness of URI for solving world hunger maybe.
But no contradiction.


[1] I think structure explicit in markup *is* King.


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