Re: Element equivalence under XML Namespaces
Well I suppose as follows: a reserved name is reserved for usage by the W3C. If it is a reserved name that is in use then it has a W3C determined meaning. If it is a reserved name that is not in use then to use it is incorrect - but it does not have a W3C determined meaning. So if xmlns is used it should either raise an error because it starts with a sequence of characters that is reserved and which has not been defined in the particular parser or it should pass because it is a sequence of characters that has a known usage, that usage being specified by the W3C. No? Cheers, Bryan Rasmussen On Jan 17, 2008 3:45 PM, Michael Kay <mike@s...> wrote: > > But because starting with xml is reserved that > > implies that xmlns has a W3C determined meaning. > > Something wrong with your logic there. All names starting with xml are > reserved but nearly all such names have no W3C determined meaning. > > > Michael Kay > http://www.saxonica.com/ > > >
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