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Re: statically known namespaces

Subject: Re: statically known namespaces
From: Jirka Kosek <jirka@xxxxxxxx>
Date: Mon, 10 Jul 2006 15:18:17 +0200
Re:  statically known namespaces
andrew welch wrote:

Why is it that XQuery has inbuilt namespaces such as "xs", but XSLT does

XSLT uses XML syntax and thus inherits namespace processing from XML (plus adds few more bits like description of namespace prefix binding for QNames).

XQuery uses its own syntax which creates space for various defaulting.
Of course you could do this for XSLT, but then you will not be able to
use real XML parser for reading of XSLT files.


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