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RE: Processing XML 1.1 documents with XML Schema 1.0 processor

RE:  Processing XML 1.1 documents with XML Schema 1.0 processor
> > I'm not sure what software development has to do with it. I 
> thought we 
> > were
> > talking about people who create and edit XML documents?
> Of all XML vocabularies, end users are most likely to be exposed to 
> XHTML source if any source at all. Custom vocabularies are typically 
> seen by software developers or similar specialists. (Or that was my 
> assumption behind the above remark.)

There's no such thing as an "end user". Certainly people who author
documents are not end users. But that doesn't mean they are software
developers either.

You seem to suggest that all XML authoring is done by programmers, which
seems a very odd assertion to make.

Michael Kay

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