Re: Request: more SGML restriction explanations
At 11:35 AM 6/30/97 +0000, Simon North wrote: >Please accept my apologies if these are non-developmental questions, >and my heartfelt thanks to all that have answered my earlier >question. > >I am trying to establish a few points and would appreciate some >enlightened answers ... > >1. Is <!ENTITY #DEFAULT ""> allowed? This was really useful SGML >and would probably be pretty handy in XML. #DEFAULT entity declaration isn't allowed as part of XML. >2. Are MS, MD, STARTTAG and ENDTAG forbidden in declarations? Yes; bracketed text entities aren't allowed as part of XML. >3. What exactly is meant by "no attribute value specs on ENTITY >declarations"? In SGML, data attributes are declared for notations and their values specified as part of NDATA entity declarations. Data attributes are not allowed as part of XML. >4. I'm not allowed data attributes on NOTATIONs, and I'm not allowed >name groups in ATTLISTs, but can I cheat and use the following: > > <!ATTLIST #NOTATION element_name attribute_name attribute_spec> > >or would this be illegal too? Could I get rouind it by using a data >attribute spec? Nope, not allowed as part of XML. Sorry! Eve xml-dev: A list for W3C XML Developers Archived as: http://www.lists.ic.ac.uk/hypermail/xml-dev/ To unsubscribe, send to majordomo@i... the following message; unsubscribe xml-dev List coordinator, Henry Rzepa (rzepa@i...)
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