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Re:Re:Submission of draft-pam-html-fine-trans-00.txt
- To: xanadu@xxxxxxxxxxxxx
- Subject: Re:Re:Submission of draft-pam-html-fine-trans-00.txt
- From: Roman Suzuki <roman@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
- Date: Sat, 08 Mar 1997 15:58:45 +0900
- Reply-to: xanadu@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx
>Comment #1. Since what is included is in a sense a (dynamic) image (in a
>broader sense) of a different text, why can't the IMG element simply be
>extended to permit this? OK, this may cause problems. In that case, INCLUDE
>may be better than TEXT.
I think INCLUDE is suitable for transclusion than TEXT.
TEXT-tag can be nest, like "#include" in C language.
TEXT-tag will be translate into not only text but also images
tables and all kind of what appears in html.
Last week, I got translating(English to Japanese) software that behaves
proxy server working in local computer.
That hands translated html documents to Web browser as a result of
This software made me to believe that implementing transclusion on
is the best way to experience transclusion first.
(When Andrew proposed some ways to implement transclusion I was hooked