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Re: Blanchard's Law, was: The Browser Wars

blanchard s law
Elliotte Rusty Harold scripsit:

> Point taken, but one minor correction: XSLT is *not* based on the 
> Infoset. XSLT predates the Infoset by a couple of years, and is based 
> on the XPath data model. 

The XPath data model and the Infoset were made compatible thanks to a
conspiracy between James Clark and myself.  I note that the XPath data
model also does not forbid names made up of seven spaces, but you don't
rant about that.

	Some types of node also have an expanded-name, which is a pair
	consisting of a local part and a namespace URI. The local part
	is a string. The namespace URI is either null or a string.

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