RE: DTD parser in c#
No, there is no intention to ship a SAX implementation. That doesn't change the fact that namespaces beginning with System.* are assumed to be core .NET Framework classes. This is the same way in Java package names beginning with java.* are assumed to be core parts of the JDK. The latest version of the namespace naming guidelines for the .NET Framework are located at http://longhorn.msdn.microsoft.com/lhsdk/ndp/cpconnamespacenamingguidelines.aspx -- PITHY WORDS OF WISDOM Blessed are the meek for they shall inherit the Earth, minus 40% inheritance tax. ________________________________ From: Karl Waclawek [mailto:karl@w...] Sent: Mon 3/29/2004 11:31 AM To: Dare Obasanjo; xml-dev@l... Subject: Re: DTD parser in c# > Just out of curiosity, if we one day Microsoft decided to ship a SAX > implementation in the .NET Framework wouldn't this clash with the namespace > names you have chosen? Perhaps we need some namespace naming guidelines > for .NET libraries. So, are you going to ship a SAX implementation? System.Xml.Sax would be the most logical namespace, and I was using it as I was pretty sure MS had abandoned SAX. So, if third parties supply basic/system type libraries, what namespaces should they use - if MS claims sole ownership to the System namespace? Karl
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