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   Re: Summary of Namespaces and Validation

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  • From: james anderson <James.Anderson@mecomnet.de>
  • To: "xml-dev@ic.ac.uk" <xml-dev@ic.ac.uk>
  • Date: Mon, 21 Sep 1998 06:23:55 +0200

Mark Tucker asked:
> Well,

> *****************************************
>         Camp 3 : Implemented Namespace Aware Code
> *****************************************
>                         What does code out there do?

one of the xml processors which is available with the cl-http server handles
namespaces with a mechanism similar to that which tim has described here. the
names are managed as symbols interned in packages. the packages are given two
names with indefinite extent - the uri and a unique name which is used as a
prefix when reserializing. in addition to these static bindings, both
attribute-based and pi-based bindings are supported - the first to be
conformant, the second in order to support dtd-based validation and attribute
defaulting. these bindings have dynamic scope and extent in the parsing process.

during the parse all names to be retained as part of the dom/dtd are interned
in the package which is named by the respective prefix. the prefixes are not retained.

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