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Subject: Re: [office-comment] The last para of 17.5 of ODF 1.0
Makoto, MURATA Makoto (FAMILY Given) wrote: >>All other kinds of IRI references, namely the ones that start with a >>protocol (like http:), an authority (i.e., //) or an absolute-path >>(i.e., /) do not need any special processing. This especially means that >>absolute-paths do not reference files inside the package, but within >>the hierarchy the package is contained in, for instance the file system. >>IRI references inside a package may leave the package, but once they >>have left the package, they never can return into the package or >>another one. >> >> > >First, an absolute IRI reference begins with a scheme (rather than protocol), >and it does not start with an authority or an absolute-path. > > > +1 >Second, I do not undestand the second half of the second sentence. Is >something missing? > > > I have read and re-read that section a couple of times and I don't think there is any obvious explanation that would explain the text. I find the first part of the sentence puzzling, why mention that absolute-paths don't reference files inside the package? We already said that. Thanks for the close reading! We are in the process of setting up a more systematic way to track issues in addition to the errata document, etc. Hope you are having a great day! Patrick -- Patrick Durusau Patrick@Durusau.net Chair, V1 - Text Processing: Office and Publishing Systems Interface Co-Editor, ISO 13250, Topic Maps -- Reference Model Member, Text Encoding Initiative Board of Directors, 2003-2005 Topic Maps: Human, not artificial, intelligence at work!