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- Date: Mon, 18 Jan 1999 08:41:34 -0500 (EST)
james anderson writes:
> In particular, I would presume that the "html" in mr megginson's
> note is literally a prefix term and that the reference is to the
> qualified and not the universal name.
Not at all -- I used the "html:p" simply as shorthand for something
http://www.w3.org/Profiles/voyager-strict + p
(By the way, I'd like to note that I strongly dislike the idea of
having three separate HTML namespaces as proposed in the Voyager spec
; after all, an HTML <a> is an HTML <a> is an HTML <a>, whether
you're using the loose, strict, or frameset version of HTML).
> This leads to the question of whether a processor / an application
> can expect a universal name to truly always describe the same
> thing. This question is distinct from how the description of the
> thing is located (ie whether the uri locates a schema).
To the same extent, I think, that a Java program can expect
org.xml.sax.DocumentHandler to truly always describe the same class
(i.e. not perfectly, but close enough for jazz).
All the best,
David Megginson email@example.com
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