Subject: Re: [office] What was the story with missing default values for optional attributes again?
On Wednesday 27 February 2013 14:12:52 Thorsten Behrens wrote: > Svante Schubert wrote: > > > Would indeed be good to salvage those scripts, even better to have > > > them somewhere public. > > > > I believe the best is to bring the sources to the Apache ODF Toolkit, > > where I already found the XSLT to extract default values from a single > > file . By doing so we have all sources at a single place, which is > > important when fixes would be applied and developers wouldn't search for > > development sources in the OASIS rep. It is only tooling around the spec > > anyway. > > Hi Svante, > > unless the scripts depend on functionality from the ODF Toolkit, I > would strongly suggest to host them at OASIS - their predominent > purpose being spec editing and maintenance. They are so deeply tied in > with this TC's work that splitting e.g. draft spec and xslt tool > hosting appear absurd to me. > > > AFAIK ODF does not specify a default value for every optional attribute. > > I agree that this is problematic in terms of interoperability. > > Do you have some examples? > > The question yesterday was triggered e.g. by the chart:error-* > attribs. > > Cheers, another example being vertical-rel, horizontal-rel vertical-pos horizontal-pos depending on anchor-type /Camilla