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- From: firstname.lastname@example.org (Ron Bourret)
- To: email@example.com
- Date: Wed, 23 Sep 1998 21:13:08 +0200
John Cowan wrote:
> Ron Bourret wrote:
> >  XSchemaPI ::= '<?xschema' S XSchemaID S? '?>'
> Why the funky lower case? "XSchema" here as elsewhere.
I started with XSchema and then thought xschema was easier to type (says he who
proposed mixed case element names). I'll change it.
> Also, there can be S after the "<?".
Not true. See production  in the XML spec.
> >  XSchemaID ::= 'xschema' Eq SystemLiteral
> Some provision needs to be made for a PubIdLiteral as well.
I wondered about this. I'll change the xschema in  to SYSTEM and add a
production for PUBLIC. Two questions:
1) Are there any conventions in PIs for use/no use of equals signs?
2) Do we always require a system identifier or are the choices system / public /
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