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Re: CSS syntax for RDF

Re:  CSS syntax for RDF
Klotz, Leigh wrote:
> One of the issues with CSS syntax is that you lose the ability to manipulate
> the content using tools you can find lazing about the house (XSLT, XPath,
> etc.).

One answer is that RDF tools are more appropriate anyhow. There are RDF 
query languages and RDF-ish ways to map between vocabularies etc.

A second answer is yes, the CSS/RDF could probably be represented as an 
XML infoset (or even be fully transformed to XML) if you really wanted 
that. In fact, the resulting infoset would probably be more regular and 
thus easier to work with than the XML/RDF infoset because it wouldn't be 
as hacky.

  Paul Prescod


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