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Subject: RE: [xri] OpenXRI Syntax 3.0 library



I finally got a chance to review the requirements you listed on http://dev.inames.net/wiki/OpenXRI:Syntax_3  in detail, together with the test cases.


Both look excellent. I agree that more detail is needed (as you marked TODO) in some of the requirements; I am happy to work with you on that.


I reviewed the test cases closely and your parsing rules look 100% correct. It reflects nicely the simplicity of the proposed XRI 3.0 syntax.


I look forward to this project providing the implementation feedback we’d like to have before we proceed with the spec.






From: markus.sabadello@gmail.com [mailto:markus.sabadello@gmail.com] On Behalf Of Markus Sabadello
Sent: Tuesday, November 06, 2007 1:44 PM
To: openxri-users@lists.sourceforge.net; OASIS XRI TC
Cc: Drummond Reed; Paul Trevithick; Brian Walker; Vince Caluori; Lon Wiese
Subject: [xri] OpenXRI Syntax 3.0 library


Hi all,

As some of you know, I have been experimenting with XDI a bit recently, and since XRI Syntax 3.0 is going to be used for that, I spent some time thinking on what an updated OpenXRI Syntax library would look like that supports 3.0 syntax. For that purpose, I created the following page:


It outlines what I think are the basic requirements for such a library, and it also has a list of test cases. Maybe Drummond likes to check if they are correct, and also answer the questions at the bottom of the page :)

Apart from XDI implementations, that XRI syntax library obviously also has to support XRI resolution based on 3.0 syntax. So I hereby invite everyone to look at that page and add any additional requirements or thoughts!


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