Re: "Introducing MicroXML, Part 1: Explore the basicprinciples
Rushforth, Peter scripsit: > I was hoping MicroXML was going to get rid of namespaces. It does and it doesn't. The MicroXML data model knows nothing of namespaces. However, attributes are permitted to have prefixes in my draft (to which James has not raised a serious objection). So it's up to the application if it wants to interpret element names and/or attribute names as referring to QNames. The MicroLark API for Element class has some convenience methods for returning the namespace URI associated with either an element or an attribute. > Are namespaces part of the XDM such that they would have to be included? If a document is not namespace-valid per the XML Namespace rec, it does not have an XDM, but is still well-formed XML. -- Why are well-meaning Westerners so concerned that John Cowan the opening of a Colonel Sanders in Beijing means email@example.com the end of Chinese culture? [...] We have had http://www.ccil.org/~cowan Chinese restaurants in America for over a century, and it hasn't made us Chinese. On the contrary, we obliged the Chinese to invent chop suey. --Marshall Sahlins
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