ISSUE-113: remove circularity in definition of transformation and presentation processor conformance

remove circularity in definition of transformation and presentation processor conformance

State:
CLOSED
Product:
TTML 1.0 (Editorial)
Raised by:
Glenn Adams
Opened on:
2009-05-27
Description:
the definition of transformation and presentation processor conformance 3.2{2,3} refers to the definition of #transformation and #presentation features, while the latter definitions refer to the former
Related Actions Items:
No related actions
Related emails:
  1. RE: TTML Agenda for 28/11/12 (from mdolan@newtbt.com on 2012-11-29)
  2. TTML Agenda for 28/11/12 (from Sean.Hayes@microsoft.com on 2012-11-29)
  3. ISSUE-113: remove circularity in definition of transformation and presentation processor conformancee (from sysbot+tracker@w3.org on 2009-05-27)

Related notes:

resolved in TTAF1-DFXP WD Editor's Copy Update - 20090529

Glenn Adams, 29 May 2009, 04:37:42

Changelog:

Created issue 'remove circularity in definition of transformation and presentation processor conformancee' nickname owned by Glenn Adams on product , description 'the definition of transformation and presentation processor conformance 3.2{2,3} refers to the definition of #transformation and #presentation features, while the latter definitions refer to the former' non-public

Glenn Adams, 27 May 2009, 05:50:43

title changed to 'remove circularity in definition of transformation and presentation processor conformance'

Glenn Adams, 27 May 2009, 05:51:26

Issue dissociated from any product

Glenn Adams, 27 May 2009, 05:51:26

Product changed to DFXP 1.0

Glenn Adams, 27 May 2009, 05:56:02

Product changed to DFXP 1.0 (Editorial)

Glenn Adams, 27 May 2009, 05:58:03

Status changed to 'closed'

Glenn Adams, 29 May 2009, 04:37:42


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