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"Simon St.Laurent" wrote:
> At 01:33 AM 9/30/00 +0200, Chris Lilley wrote:
> >> Used in a query string, XPointers could be processed by the server,
> >they could be, but then they wouldn't be fragment identifiers. besides,
> >that s what the XML Query WG is cooking up, right?
> I'm not sure why you feel they wouldn't be fragment identifiers.
I am using the term fragment identifiers in the sense it is used in the
UROI specifications. If you mean some other, more general usage then that
might be correct depending on your definition.
> I strongly hope that the XML Query WG doesn't feel compelled to reinvent
> this particular wheel or worse, create a syntax that bars the reuse of
> XPointers for this work.
My understanding is that their work builds on XPointer.