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Fri Mar 31 10:44:48 EST 2006
I can understand that, the rdf based stuff is really slow when it comes
to rendering of rdf to domnodes.
Were not using rdf based trees in our project just because its just to
Axel Hecht schrieb:
> Eric H. Jung wrote:
>>> RDF is not in a good state these days in terms of acceptance inside
>>> the Mozilla core developers, so thanks, but no, thanks.
>> Can you elaborate on that? Are there discussions online somewhere
>> that I can read more about the controversy?
> Not really. But you can tell from the places and history work that
> they don't add the nsIRDFDataSource implementation back to it.
> I don't think that they ever has been a real discussion about it, at
> least I haven't been part of it. It's just that those parts of the
> Mozilla products that used RDF tend to drop it. Which may result in
> the removal of RDF of the platform, as far as i can tell. Not that I
> agree with the stuff that's going on in this respect.
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