[rfc-i] Graphics and XML
Joe Hildebrand (jhildebr)
jhildebr at cisco.com
Tue Jul 10 13:02:18 PDT 2012
On 7/10/12 10:59 AM, "Yoav Nir" <ynir at checkpoint.com> wrote:
>Or with inline graphics as Joe Hildebrand suggested (I've added the
>ellipsis. It's originally very long):
> <figure id='nit-flow'>
>description of the diagram' width='236' height='176' />
> <figcaption><a class='self-ref' href='#nit-flow'>Figure
>1.</a> Possible workflow for processing HTML RFCs</figcaption>
It's no surprise, but I still think this approach works *very* well in
practice. The one problem I had while producing that draft was I didn't
want to edit the doc that had the data: URI in it; that was cumbersome.
Therefore, I gave my tooling the --final option that allowed me to stream
an image into the document right before I submitted. Until that point,
the doc just contains a URL (either relative or absolute).
Best of both worlds.
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