Re: [xsl] xsl/xslt coding standard

Subject: Re: [xsl] xsl/xslt coding standard
From: "Carsten Klein" <carstenklein@xxxxxxxx>
Date: Thu, 15 Aug 2002 13:06:55 +0200

your point about documenting xsl is quite reasonable. But why don't you fall
back to existing standards, like
rdf for example? It is meant for documenting code and nearly everything
else. Since it is in the rdf namespace,
extracting the documentation from a stylesheet is more easily handled by
processing merely the rdf namespace
and you may have html and other namespaces in it, too, without the need to
write too much logic when it comes
to extracting the information from the stylesheet for further processing.

I was about to use rdf in a project of mine. What do you think about rdf
used in conjunction with documenting
stylesheets or even xml documents? Is it too much overhead for the mere
purpose of documenting a stylesheet or
is it resonable to do so?



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