Re: XInclude in Cocoon
On Wed, 07 Feb 2001, Paul wrote: > Some XML parser has to parse all the entities-to-be-included, > and it sounds like your application should use a validating > parser to do that. That way, each bit would be validated > against its own DTD before inclusion. Yep. All the files are validated because they're created in a validating editor :-) But that doesn't stop some authors and [human] editors deciding to correct an error spotted at a late stage by "quickly" opening the file in a plaintext editor and "fixing" the problem -- invalidly. This is a management problem, not an XML or XSL problem, but the nature of the politics surrounding the application has convinced the implementors that a belt-and-braces approach is the safest course. Their apparently seamless join of a fragment-inclusion mechanism to a chunking server is quite impressive. ///Peter XSL-List info and archive: http://www.mulberrytech.com/xsl/xsl-list
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