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Re: Namespaces

Re:  Namespaces

Arjun Ray wrote:

> | In a perfect world namespaces would be part of XML
> In a perfect world, XML Namespaces would be hanged, drawn, quartered,
> incinerated, encased in lead and buried several thousand feet below the
> ocean floor.

I understand where your coming from, however, since things
like XSLT came along I can really see the use for them and
I think they are pretty cool idea (maybe that puts me in the
minority). I used to work a lot in SGML and it was always a
problem when merging data, you would end up with "myp",
"yourp" and "theothersp". However, I think there should be
some way to clarify external entities as well...
&xsl:stdtemplates; ... :-)



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