[tei-council] Budget and Cost Saving for next year
bansp at o2.pl
Wed Nov 2 12:38:08 EDT 2011
XQuery seems an even better tool, but then it's just a matter of parsing
attribute content for brackets and slashes, and not using the XPointer
mechanism, so Perl with do just as good a job. And it may just be better
done without having to parse those brackets, and looking at @to and
@from and friends.
Hugh Cayless presented a (partial) XSLT solution for XPointers at
On 02/11/11 17:25, Martin Holmes wrote:
> I'm rather unwilling to contemplate the loss of xpointer. I found this
> suggestion that it's possible to implement xpointer handling in XSLT:
> However, the library has disappeared from the location mentioned. The
> Wikipedia page links to two implementations, one Java:
> and a .NET implementation:
> On 11-11-02 08:46 AM, Sebastian Rahtz wrote:
>> On 2 Nov 2011, at 15:40, Piotr Bański wrote:
>>> How exhilaratingly cruel... Announcing their potential deprecation could
>>> be a way to poll the community for how much they are needed.
>> yes, that would be a good action.
>>> The functionality behind them *is* needed, and would have to be recast
>>> as individual attributes (@from, @to, ... many, I'm afraid, and in need
>>> of discussion and standardization).
>> so if they are needed, but don't work anywhere, how do people manage
>> today? I am tempted to say that if you have survived 10 years without
>> an implementation, spending money on it now may be a luxury?
>> I think it could actually be better to recast the stuff in pure TEI, actually,
>> to avoid the impression that some software somewhere is going to implement it.
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