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Subject: RE: Syndrome composition - interpreting an xquery signature in an editor
The editor thing is particularly difficult; the possibilities are infinite when it comes to conditions identified and relationships between the symptoms in a syndrome. The editor to XQuery path seems much easier, but for the reverse I think the editor should keep some other structure in place (as was proposed in the near past, was it Alvin or you?).
I think some Eclipse visual plugins are doing a similar think, they keep a “proprietary” file to “render” information in an editor, and from there they can export to standard formats –but the reverse is typically not possible without the original “proprietary” file as well.
We can also just rely on some existing XQuery editors which really make life easy but not to the point we would have liked.
PS. By the way, I think the xquery below needs more complex algorithm to identify the condition you mentioned :-)
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