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refactoring xml
At 05:30 08/03/2002 -0500, Daniel Veillard wrote:
>   So would such a large refactoring of any practical use? (independantly
>of the possibility of cleaning up some of the grey area where some of the
>core specification interract in bizarre ways.)

It would legitimize (and help harmonize) common practice. Anybody you puts
external general entities into XHTML, SOAP message bodies etc. already
finds out that hard way that XML as practiced differs significantly
from XML as specified.

Sean


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