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Subject: Re: TREX TC Minutes 2001-05-03

Just to clarify here, when you talk about path expressions, are you
specifically referring to XPath or are you looking at a more generalized
path mechanism (I'm thinking about the implications of XML Query on this,
for instance)?

As I'm not a formal member of the WG on this, I felt it wasn't my place to
attend this morning (that, and getting my daughter off to school this
morning would have made it problematic in any case). However, have the
minutes of the meeting been posted yet, and if so where?

-- Kurt Cagle
----- Original Message -----
From: "James Clark" <jjc@jclark.com>
To: "Murata Makoto" <mura034@attglobal.net>; "TREX"
Sent: Thursday, May 03, 2001 7:39 PM
Subject: Re: TREX TC Minutes 2001-05-03

> > I would like to add an observation by JamesC in the minutes.  If we do
> > not have hierarchical scoped references, we do not need path expressions
> > and our constraints are away simpler than those in XML Schema.
> I think it's more the absence of multipart keys that allow path
> to be avoided.  You could support scoped references with path expressions
> simply by allowing an element pattern to indicate that it started a new
> scope for keys of a particular name.  However, with multipart keys I don't
> see how you can avoid  the need for path expressions to specify the
> parts of the key.
> James

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