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RE: XML doesn't deserve its "X".

RE:  XML doesn't deserve its "X".
Your example is still well-formed and can still be processed as such. It may
not be schema valid, but, hey, content models need to evolve, too! And RELAX
NG names-classes, as you probably already know, can help you deal with such
cases. See

Eric van der Vlist wrote:
>That's not that easy and there is nothing in the specs which helps to
>create the discipline required in the applications to make it smooth.
>Let's take a simple example... I have a text only element:
><ns1:foo>This is a simple example.</ns1:foo>
>If I extend this example to include a semantic element to identify
>"simple" as an adjective:

><ns1:foo>This is a <ns2:adj>simple</ns2:adj> example.</ns1:foo>
>I am changing a text leaf node into a mixed content including 2 text
>nodes separated by a child element and this will likely break 90+% of
>the existing applications.


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