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- From: "Simon St.Laurent" <email@example.com>
- To: firstname.lastname@example.org
- Date: Wed, 02 Aug 2000 16:24:47 -0400
At 04:12 PM 8/2/00 -0400, Schlesinger, John (CICG - Direct Markets) wrote:
>I think this may be going a little too far, especially when I read in the
>Common XML - Final Review Draft Specification, 27 July 2000:
>"Documents created using the core Common XML feature set should always
>present the same information set when processed by a non-validating parser
>that conforms to the XML 1.0 specification, and should present consistent
>information in both namespace-aware and non-namespace aware environments."
>Of course, I could be making the mistake of equating 'information set' with
>'Infoset' - but surely 'information set' is contained within the 'whole idea
>of the Infoset' even if it isn't contained in 'Infoset'...
I've already replied to this - see:
You might also enjoy Rick Jelliffe's reply:
I have no objects to subsetting XML. I do have objections to subsetting
the abstract representation of XML without subsetting XML itself.
Is the Infoset about XML 1.0+Namespaces, or is it about something else?
I'd much prefer that it be about XML 1.0+Namespaces, unless the W3C wants
to talk about Common XML.
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