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Re: SAX2: Interning names in namespaces

  • From: Tim Bray <tbray@t...>
  • To: terje@i... (Terje Norderhaug), xml-dev@x...
  • Date: Sat, 05 Feb 2000 10:58:59 -0800

Re: SAX2: Interning names in namespaces
At 10:28 AM 2/5/00 -0800, Terje Norderhaug wrote:
>My proposal is NOT based on storing a combined namespace-name pair in a
>single string. Instead, the string only consists of the local name.
>
>Given that each local name is internalized in its namespace, it becomes
>possible to find the namespace of a local name without encoding the
>namespace as part of the string.

Wow.  For a second I thought "what a brilliant idea, why didn't anyone
think of it before".  And maybe it is.  Hm... is it a problem that you
can have an element type and an attribute name in the same namespace,
but they're really different names?

E.g. <b:foo b:foo="32" />

the two b:foo's are really different things. -Tim


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