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Re: The per-element-type namespace partition

  • From: james anderson <James.Anderson@m...>
  • To: "xml-dev@i..." <xml-dev@i...>
  • Date: Mon, 20 Dec 1999 21:23:26 +0100

partitions lapp server
If your goal is a simple interface, use symbols. That is, reify the names as
first class objects. One of the properties of the respective symbol is its
package. One of the properties of the package is its static name. In the
simple case, this name is the URI.
If you go this route, you need only
> - type of piece (eg. element, attribute, PI, comment, text, etc.)
> - the name-symbol
> - text (when applicable)

The per-element-type case does not change the interfaces, as the name of the
package is generated to accomplish the desired partition. (once you figure out
what that is...)

> It seems that the following additional pieces are needed to represent attribute belonging to the per-element-type namespace partition:
> - namespace URI of the associated element type (subsumed in package name)
> - local name of the associated element type (subsumed in package name)

There's an xml processor which comes with the cl-http server. It passes
symbols around. nothing else.

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