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Re: Well-formed Blueberry

At 8:19 AM -0700 7/13/01, Jeff Greif wrote:
>This will add some obscure cases to document editing:
> -- by turning a link into an inclusion, a document may have to change from
>an XML 1.0 doc to a Blueberry doc

No, inclusion is defined in terms of the infosets, not the serialized forms. The XML declaration (which is probably where the Blueberry declaration would live) does not get included. Only the documents that actually contained the Blueberry characters would have Blueberry declarations.  Again, as with XSLT, the Blueberry declaration could be determined before the document was actually serialized.

> -- by going the other way (turning a subtree into a link), a Blueberry doc
>will be forced to become a 1.0 doc

Yes, I suppose that's true, but I think this is a pretty strange thing to be doing, and it would be straight-forward to check with a parser. 

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