https://issues.apache.org/bugzilla/show_bug.cgi?id=46705





--- Comment #13 from Jeremias Maerki <jerem...@apache.org>  2009-02-18 11:50:41 
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(In reply to comment #12)
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> Since we have two passes, are we still 100% certain that the XSLT processor
> will always return unique values that are used nowhere as an id elsewhere in
> the document? 

I would assume: no.

<snip/>
> True, but then again, doesn't the foi:ptr also have to be carried through to
> the area tree or IF?
> Maybe to address this concern, we could limit the case where the ids are
> actually auto-generated to this one: when accessibility is enabled. IOW, if 
> and
> when it is needed (not default behavior).

Agreed.

<snip/>

Given all these observations, I think it would make sense to take the XSLT
approach first (add an XSLT-generated ID if non exists) and then gather
experience with this approach. This is easy to implement and can be extended
later if we see the need.

As I've heard no objections to my proposal from Monday, yet, I'll process
Jost's patch (as is) tomorrow morning (my local time) into a branch off the IF
branch. From there, we can take it further and incorporate all the feedback.
That also makes it easier to track what is changed.


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