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Subject: RE: [xliff] Proposal For Change Tracking in XLIFF 2.1
Hi Phil, Yves,
I agree with Yves on the namespace value needing to change.
I have one more observation regarding what is allowed in <item>. I think as was discussed in the TC call that it would be better to allow any element as a child of <item> and not just the Inline elements. This allows change tracking to work on any XLIFF element that can have children. And have some language changes in the spec, especially to mention that “appliesTo” must be used to interpret the contents of the tracked contents inside <item>.
A few questions:
- Adding inline codes to <item> would be a 2.1 feature. So the namespace used in the example should be xmlns:ctr="urn:oasis:names:tc:xliff:changetracking:2.1".
- I’m not 100% sure: I don’t think we can we have a 2.1 CTR element in a 2.0 document. So it’s likely the document itself should be 2.1 as well.
Please find our proposal for modifications to Change Tracking for XLIFF 2.1.
Attached are modified *.xsd, a sample *.xlf with serialzed changes and proposed changes to the specification text.
We forked the Okapi library and our Pull Request can be viewed here: https://bitbucket.org/okapiframework/xliff-toolkit/pull-requests/1/chane-trackin-module-implementation/diff
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