Re: XML2.0: Comments (Was: Towards XML 2.0)
Greg asked: >> Can you give examples of this kind of structured documentation that >> you mention as your second case? I am curious... I have a couple use-cases: 1.] Creating generic documentation for the associated element(s) - uses in schema and XSLT. I know schema already has a documentation mechanism that is XML, for XSLT there is no standard documentation mechnism although I have seen that there are a few around. 2.] Adding some structured comment such as a change history. Appreciate that this could either be put directly in XML (perhaps in a different namespace) or parsed from standard comments. Mike www.xml-solutions.com
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