[xmlschemata] Re: XVIF notes

From: Uche Ogbuji <uche.ogbuji@fourthought.com>
Date: Sun Aug 25 2002 - 14:11:11 UTC

> On Sun, 2002-08-25 at 08:04, Uche Ogbuji wrote:
> > I've been working with XVIF, in part to consider it for bundling in 4Suite and
> > in part to make sure we can help manage any breakage of it in the run up to
> > 0.12.0.
>
> That's great, but please note that the syntax of the XVIF integration
> language is expermimental and that an important change has been proposed
> and not yet implemented:

Well, yes. I marked this addition as experimental in the modules as well as
in the post I reference.

> > I plan to add a more sophisticated framework for using the rest of XVIF this
> > week.

If the changes you anticipate don't break the basics of what XVIF does: i.e.
place transformations in the pipeline of XML document processing, then my
framework should survive just fine: It's general enough to incorporate XPipe,
Ricko's proposal, or anything else like. It's just that XVIF is the handiest
implementation I have right now, thans to your work.

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