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- From: "Don Park" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
- To: <email@example.com>
- Date: Wed, 17 Mar 1999 12:53:22 -0800
>If so, my reading is that those are deviations from the DOM
Recommendation -- in
>other words, bugs.
> I sorta undertand why Docuverse could have gotten this wrong; the spec's
>description starts of with a discussion of "original document", which is
>probably an error... though the summary lays out the intent quite precisely
>terms of assigned versus default values.
Attr.isSpecified is always true in Docuverse SDK only because the SAXReader,
which builds a DOM Document from SAX events, has no way to tell whether an
attribute is specified or not. Attr implementation itself allows creation
of 'default' Attr. As far as misintrepreting the DOM spec is concerned, I
would have to be a serious idiot to do that since I am in the DOM IG just as
you are. I am busy but I am not that busy.
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