Re: Qualified variable names
"G. Ken Holman" wrote: > I often have two namespaces for each library: a public one > (declaring global constructs users of the black box are allowed > to override) and a private one (declaring global constructs users > of the black box are not allowed to override). I also use this technique. I wonder what naming scheme people here use for the private namespace URI. Personally, over the time I use(d) three different kinds of naming schemes: http://company.com/project/some-stylesheet.xsl some-stylesheet.xsl impl:some-stylesheet.xsl where "some-stylesheet.xsl" can have more levels, reflecting the project structure: http://company.com/project/some-module/some-style.xsl Sometimes, I just use the same URI within all the stylesheets in the project (mostly for small projects.) Does someone use something else, or have any comments on those above? Regards, -- Florent Georges http://www.fgeorges.org/
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