[rfc-i] How to indent artwork with surrounding block
HANSEN, TONY L
tony at att.com
Wed Feb 17 07:01:33 PST 2016
Yes, <CODE BEGINS> and <CODE ENDS> is just one way in which code components can be identified. It's definitely not a requirement.
Are there cases where one can have source code within the XML to which the IPR statement applies, as well as code within the XML to which the IPR statement does NOT apply? Does <http://trustee.ietf.org/license-info/IETF-TLP-5.htm> imply though that we should have an attribute within the XML that indicates whether the IPR code statement applies or not? Or is this a rat hole?
On 2/17/16, 9:29 AM, "Carsten Bormann" <cabo at tzi.org> wrote:
>"otherwise clearly labeled as a Code Component" could indeed be done
>with an attribute (or could be implied from the sourcecode GI -- not
>sure that this is desirable).
>Julian Reschke wrote:
>> On 2016-02-17 14:55, HANSEN, TONY L wrote:
>>>> To be clear, are you assuming that tags like <CODE BEGINS> and <CODE
>>>> will continue to be inserted manually by individual authors, as part
>>>> of the
>>>> <sourcecode> text?
>>>> I have no problem with that, but it needs to be explicit.
>>> Hopefully there will be absolutely no need for <CODE BEGINS> or <CODE
>>> ENDS> to ever be seen again. Why bother when tools can be made
>>> available to easily extract the code blocks? I'm really curious.
>>> Tony Hansen
>> AFAIU, <CODE BEGINS> and <CODE ENDS> aren't embedded for extraction but
>> for IPR reasons. See
>> <http://trustee.ietf.org/license-info/IETF-TLP-5.htm>, Section 4b).
>> Best regards, Julian
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