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Subject: Re: XSLT, XHTML, and default attribute values [somewhat OT]
From: Colin Paul Adams <colin@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
Date: 14 Sep 2004 20:31:58 +0100
jdane sax
>>>>> "Joseph" == Joseph Dane <jdane@xxxxxxxxxx> writes:

    Joseph> I happened to be using SAX, so I had already turned off
    Joseph> validation using the standard SAX feature for this.  with
    Joseph> validation disabled, the DTD *was* still read, and default
    Joseph> attribute values applied to the model.  So you're correct
    Joseph> there.

he's not.

    Joseph> but there may be additional parser-dependent switches that
    Joseph> further restrict the behavior of the parser.  at least, I
    Joseph> think there can.  the documentation for Xerces says that
    Joseph> the feature:

Which Xerces? Xerces-C++ has such a feature:


Colin Paul Adams
Preston Lancashire

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