Encoding ITS 2.0 Metadata to Facilitate an XLIFF Roundtrip

author: Bryan Schnabel, Tektronix, Inc.
published: July 12, 2012,   recorded: June 2012,   views: 5426


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Three ways to support extensibility have been discussed for XLIFF 2.0: (1) allow custom namespaces in prescribed elements (similar to XLIFF 1.2); (2) provide XML elements and attributes to prescribe extensibility (no custom namespaces); (2) allow both options, but be very picky about which are valid where. After explaining the three options and their pros and cons, this presentation will show which has been adopted by the XLIFF committee and how to do a roundtrip with ITS 2.0.

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