Re: RE: James Clark: XML versus the Web
On 13.12.2010 15:15, Michael Kay wrote: > On 13/12/2010 09:25, David Carlisle wrote: >> On 13/12/2010 03:15, Henri Sivonen wrote: >>> The script element in thehttp://www.w3.org/1999/xhtml namespace has >>> already been implemented. How would a new processing instruction be >>> better? >> >> XML is designed (mostly) not to use fixed element names. If you are >> styling xhtml, xhtml:script is OK, but if you are styling docbook, or >> some personal xml vocabulary or anything else other than xhtml, then >> adding a processing instruction will maintain the validity of your >> source, but adding an xhtml:script will not. >> > > Perhaps something in the HTTP header would be even better than a > processing instruction, as it would avoid disturbing the XML content > entirely. Such as the Link header (RFC 5988), maybe with a new link relation? Best regards, Julian
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