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Re: canonicalization

Re:  canonicalization
Elliotte Rusty Harold wrote:

> The fact is XInclude is not what you want it to be and does not do 
> what you want it to do. What you want would probably require breaking 
> the definition of XML 1.0. You want to redefine what an element means 
> and how it is treated by all processes, provided that the element's 
> name is xinclude:include. That doesn't seem likely to happen.
No, I want to stress the need of a processing model definition for XML 
and be able to define if for a specific application I want XInclude (or 
external parsed entities) to be resolved before or after the c14n 

Exactly like I want to be able to say if I want to apply XInclude before 
or after processing a schema.

I don't know if it's likely to happen, but I believe that this is a 
requirement if we want to move forward with the increasing complexity of 
XML processing.

See you in Seattle.
Eric van der Vlist       http://xmlfr.org            http://dyomedea.com
http://xsltunit.org      http://4xt.org           http://examplotron.org


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