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- From: "Paul Tchistopolskii" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
- To: <email@example.com>
- Date: Thu, 19 Aug 1999 11:00:12 -0700
What if you have more than one document?
I think that DTD is reasonable only in situation when you have
more than one document. DTD is kind of grammar. I think that
having grammar for only one document is kind of hypotetic
situation... I can imagine some system which is generating
xml documents and grammar for each document, but I can't
understand what should be the purpose of such a system...
> On Wed, Aug 18, 1999 at 04:40:54PM -0700, Paul Tchistopolskii wrote:
> > The easy workaround that I see is to add the new tag to the
> > DTD with <!ELEMENT newtag ANY>
> > Rgds.Paul.
> > PS. However, I still think that if <!ELEMENT newtag ANY> would push
> > parser not to check for existance of the *clilds* definitions in the
> > but would realy mean 'anything that is well-formed is OK' it would
> > make our lifes easier without introducing any ( even hypotetical)
> > trouble. ANY is a hack anyway.
> Why not specify the new element in the XML documents internal DTD subset ?
> PS - Hi everyone, I'm new here - if I'm wrong please tell me :)
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