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- From: Bryan Cooper <firstname.lastname@example.org>
- To: John Cowan <email@example.com>, XML Dev <firstname.lastname@example.org>
- Date: Thu, 03 Dec 1998 00:56:44 -0800
Thanx for the tip. But then how do we tell the parser that we want it to
a default namespace at the start and another at the end of the ENTITY?
If that is another way to set the default, GREAT, but
I just would like to see that in the spec 'cause it is obtuse enough as it is.
I suspect however that there is no way to have a PI at the beginning of the
ENTITY....everything else encapsulated by the ENTITY....and another PI only
at the end of the ENTITY. And what is the proper PI to xml to change
<!---Command defined to send a <?xml?> PI of some sort to save current
default and change to different default--->
<!--- sends a second <?xml?> PI of some sort to RESTORE the previous
default that was saved-->
So how do I force the second <?xml?> to occur only after the rest of the
stuff is parsed?
That to me is what would make NAMESPACE stuff work bery bery good for me...
Its a stack approach to namespace that I don't see in the spec. Yes?
I really think there's a huge opportunity here with NAMESPACE to
interact contextually with the parser. Stacks is one feature missing from
EVENTS is another missing function.
At 02:14 PM 12/2/98 -0500, John Cowan wrote:
>Bryan Cooper wrote:
>> That is, can we declare an ENTITY that contains a PI?
>Sure, why not? A parsed entity can have anything that matches
>the Content rule (after entity references have been expanded,
>in the case of an internal parsed entity), and Content
>allows elements, character data, references, CDATA sections,
>PIs, and comments.
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