[Standards] XEPs in Pretty Colours.
stpeter at stpeter.im
Thu Nov 13 17:14:19 CST 2008
Remko Tronçon wrote:
>> I appreciate that this is almost inexcusably trivial, but bear with me.
> I say, let's put these hip state-of the art 4-color (or more!)
> displays finally to work!
> Slightly related, I once wrote up a script that would generate a graph
> of all XEP dependencies, and warn you about XEPs in draft state
> depending on XEPs in experimental state (and other relations that
> aren't allowed). The main flaw was that some XEPs refer to XEPs in
> sentences like "This XEP replaces XEP xxx", in which case the
> dependency *is* allowed. This could be solved by adding exceptions, or
> adding extra <replaces> sections to XEPs, ..., but I didn't really
> bother. Maybe a tool like that could also be an addition to our XEP
> consistency checking?
Don't we have a <supersedes/> element for this purpose?
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