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> Yes. Also, in practice most every parser is a validating parser, so
> people are used to relying on this behaviour, whether they technically
> should or not.
In practice most every parser (except mozilla's) reads the DTD for
attribute defaults etc, but usually XSLT engines work with parsers in
non valdidating mode don't they?
By the way is anyone from mozilla following this thread, mozilla doesn't
read dtds to speed up client side processing (which causes some problems
in its xslt support), what on earth are they going to make of suggestions
that they read schema instead?
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