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RE: Attributes with default namespaces? XSLT Rec ques

Subject: RE: Attributes with default namespaces? XSLT Rec question..
From: Geert Josten <Geert.Josten@xxxxxxxxxxx>
Date: Fri, 14 Nov 2008 09:52:37 +0100
RE:  Attributes with default namespaces? XSLT Rec  ques
> <Geert.Josten@xxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
>     >> It isn't very explicit about why the default namespace does not
>     >> apply to attributes, though. And > indeed REC-xml-names itself
>     >> neither.
>     Mukul> my personal opinion is,
>     Mukul> that identity of attributes is bound to it's containing
>     Mukul> element, so this rule seems ok to me.
> And I think the is the official position to.
> So you only have to add a prefix to the attribute if it's
> identity belongs elsewhere.
> ...
> --
> Colin Adams

It sounded too simple at first though, but at second though it does sound
quite natural indeed. Why look for a harder answer when a simple one

Thanks for bearing with me!

Kind regards,

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