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Subject: AW: [dita] use of <term>
I pretty much like working with xquery and the idea that this problem should be left to impementers or actually be solved by the stylesheet. But I am not sure if that is reliable with all languages and character sets.
Regardless if that task can be solved by implementers in all cases, we should not generate expectations to future DITA implementations in the langref over a period of 3 DITA releases.
Either we should provide associative linking to matching glossary entries as it is mentioned in the langref,
or we mention that the implementer can link the <term> with the corresponding <glossterm> via stylesheet i.e. xquery.
I do not propose "deleting" but "giving unambiguous descriptions who do not create expectations we may not going to fullfill"
Von: Alan Houser [mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org]
Gesendet: Donnerstag, 12. März 2009 16:32
An: Christian Kravogel
Betreff: Re: [dita] use of <term>
I would concur with Paul Grosso's assessment that this would be application behavior, best left to implementers.
Alan Houser, President Group Wellesley, Inc. 412-363-3481 www.groupwellesley.com
Christian Kravogel wrote: