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Question about internal parameter entity well-fomedness.

  • From: KAZUMI Saito <ksaito@f...>
  • To: xml-dev@X...
  • Date: Tue, 18 Apr 2000 12:30:09 +0900

all internal

The test ID invalid--001 in the oasis XML Processor Conformance test requests
notifing the violation of Validity Constraint: Proper Declaration/PE Nesting in
section 2.8 .

001.ent:
  <!ELEMENT doc EMPTY>
  <!ENTITY % e "<!--">
  %e; -->

001.xml:
  <!DOCTYPE doc SYSTEM "001.ent">
  <doc></doc>

Isn't this error fatal?
Because XML 1.0 section 4.3.2 last 2 paragraphs says "all internal parameter
entities are properly nested", I think.




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 KAZUMI Saito
 Information Service Architecture Lab. FUJITSU Laboratories Ltd.
 TEL 7720-8892(席直通), FAX 7720-4961

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