Re: Element equivalence under XML Namespaces
> > No, it's not. Well-formedness is defined in the XML specification, and this > doesn't know anything about namespaces; Not exactly, it knows some things about Namespaces but not enough to specify semantic matching - I think it's sort of weird that. Things that it knows that I can remember: 1. : should be used in definition of namespaces. 2. XML or xml is reserved. I don't think xmlns is defined as a namespace declaration anywhere but it seems sort of implied. Cheers, Bryan Rasmussen
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