Re: [ANNOUNCE] New MicroXML draft available
Pete Cordell scripsit: > I just re-read James' original proposal > (http://blog.jclark.com/2010/12/microxml.html to save others like me > trying to remember where it is) and I think he is saying that there would > be a registry for things like the xlink namespace prefix so that > xlink:href could be used without a namespace declaration. It's then up > to your application whether you recognise these predefined names, and > their just opaque names to the XML parser. I prefer this idea. That approach is perfectly valid with MicroXML (as described in my draft). The only requirements in Section 4.2 (Attributes in Namespaces) have to do with not misusing the xml: prefix and its associated namespace. Everything else is SHOULD or MAY. -- John Cowan email@example.com http://ccil.org/~cowan [R]eversing the apostolic precept to be all things to all men, I usually [before Darwin] defended the tenability of the received doctrines, when I had to do with the [evolution]ists; and stood up for the possibility of [evolution] among the orthodox --thereby, no doubt, increasing an already current, but quite undeserved, reputation for needless combativeness. --T. H. Huxley
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