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- From: Chris Lilley <email@example.com>
- To: firstname.lastname@example.org
- Date: Mon, 19 Apr 1999 22:24:25 +0200
Jelks Cabaniss wrote:
> But how to do it? If XML 1.1 has a "valid='yes'|'no'" in the declaration, XML
> 1.1 documents may break when running under an XML 1.0 parser, since the XML 1.0
> BNF clearly states what can and can't be in the declaration.
But they would also notice the version="1.1" as well, and either stop or
ignore stuff they didn't understand...
> Maybe a PI could be formalized similar to the way the stylesheetX-MozillaX-Mozilla-Status: 8018
> <?xml-assert implementation="valid"?>
> (could also be "minimal" or "full" for the well-formed only options you
I think the chance of doing this extension via a PI is minimal.
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