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From: "John Cowan" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
> The remedy is probably (in XML 2.0) to have xml:char and xml:charref
> attributes, for defining entities and referring to files of
> entity definitions.
> The value of xml:char could be something like
> "name hex name hex ..." where hex is a 1-5 digit Unicode
> code point. xml:charref would be a URI, obviously.
<x:x xmlns:x="some namespace"
xml:charref="some file of entity definitions
some other file of entity definitions
some further file of entity definitions ">
<!DOCTYPE ... [
<!ATTLIST x:x: xmlns:x="some namespace" >
<!ENTITY % ent1 SYSTEM "some file of entity definitions"> %ent1;
<!ENTITY % ent2 SYSTEM "some other file of entity definitions"> %ent2;
<!ENTITY % ent3 SYSTEM "some further file of entity definitions"> %ent3;
Would the xml:charref be scoped? Would editors of the text have to propogate
the references during cut-and-paste?