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Subject: Re: [office] The desirability of xml:id stability

On Mon, 2013-02-04 at 14:30 -0700, Patrick Durusau wrote:

> 3) What I am missing is some evidence, other than your saying it, that 
> preservation of xml:ids is any harder than preserving any other 
> attribute value.
> I understand implementations don't do the preservation now, but at one 
> time implementations didn't use XML either. Non-use doesn't mean that a 
> proposal is too difficult or unworkable.
> Being able to reliably point into documents would be the next step 
> towards not simply getting document level pointers from a search engine.

Patrick, what would be an example of an arbitrary string attribute value
that is currently being preserved by at least some ODF


Andreas J. Guelzow, PhD FTICA
Professor of Mathematical & Computing Sciences
Concordia University College of Alberta

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