Re: Problem with embeded XHTML in an XML file and tra
> Thanks - out of interest (and off the top of your head) what XML > parsers/applications will accept well-formed XML that is not > namespace-well-formed ? By definition, all xml parsers will, won't they? If a parser regects the XML document <x:x/> then it doesn't conform to the XML REC and so isn't an "XML parser". The first edition of the Namespace REC didn't give any name to the class of documents that satisfied the additional constraints specified there the term "namespace well formed" was used informally for those. The terms were only defined formally rather more recently (2004) in the xml in namespaces 1.1 REC which formally defines both namespace-well-formed and namespace-valid http://www.w3.org/TR/2004/REC-xml-names11-20040204/#Conformance David
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