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What happens with a [p:]use-when in inline contents? #584

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eriksiegel opened this Issue Oct 29, 2018 · 6 comments

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eriksiegel commented Oct 29, 2018

I'm happy with the description of the common attributes as its is now. However, reading it one question popped up: What happens when you put a [p: ]use-when in inline content? Is it part of the inlined content or processed? The standard does not mention this.

I don't care what happens, as long as it is clear. If we agree on this I suggest adding a sentence about this explicitly to the standard.

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xml-project commented Oct 29, 2018

Good catch Erik!
I would be happy with either solution as well.

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gimsieke commented Oct 29, 2018

I’d say, it should be a normal attribute in the inline document, without any processing expectation. Both for @p:use-when and as @use-when.

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eriksiegel commented Oct 29, 2018

I’d say, it should be a normal attribute in the inline document, without any processing expectation. Both for @p:use-when and as @use-when.

@xml-project and @ndw : Would that be implementable?

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ndw commented Oct 29, 2018

I think that's implementable. I think my inclination would have been to go the other way on the basis that pipeline fragments inside inlines are very much an edge case so it doesn't make sense to bias the rules in favor of that case.

But I don't feel strongly about it.

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xml-project commented Oct 29, 2018

I think that is not much a problem to implement: Doing nothing is easy, if you are able to track the context.

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eriksiegel commented Oct 30, 2018

All right, I'll add a clarification that inside inline contents [p:]use-when has no special meaning.

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