On 24/12/01 21:28 +0200, Oren Ben-Kiki wrote:
> Brian Ingerson [mailto:ingy@...] wrote:
> > Proposal: \
> > A DOMAIN directive should be added to indicate which
> > organization owns a
> > particular document.
> > Note: \
> > This domain would be used to resolve relative transfer URLs,
> > unless another
> > fully qualified URL was specified in the document.
> Do you mean that it would be prefixed to any relative URI regardless of |
> usage? I have a problem with that because it makes !seq etc. a problem.
> Or does this mean the DOMAIN is what would be prefixed to !|... for nodes
> with no !...|... ancestor? That makes a bit more sense...
I meant this one.
> I don't know if I would call it 'DOMAIN', however. 'NAMESPACE' would be a
> better description. Or DEFAULT_URI_PREFIX if one wanted to be correct
Or OWNER. The spirit of this is not just to indicate the DEFAULT_URI_PREFIX,
but to say who owns the usage of the document.
> Do we really need this for YAML:1.0?
No. But if we consider making every YAML document have a header, this would
be a nice addition.