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On Friday 31 May 2002 18:14, David Brownell wrote:
> > What is the localName in "foo:bar" and "foo:bar:foo" which are legal
> > element names in XML 1.0 and should therefore be passed through when
> > namespaces are off?
> I'd expect that localName would still be defined to be the syntactic
> "strip off the only prefix" transform of qName that it is in other
> cases ... so "foo:bar" would become "bar", and "foo:bar:foo" would
> be an error (normally reported as an empty localName).
I don't think that makes much sense... If namespaces are off, then there is
no such thing as a prefix to be stripped off. And raising an error for the
latter would be a strange decision knowing that it's a legal name when
namespaces are off.
Robin Berjon <firstname.lastname@example.org> -- for hire: http://robin.berjon.com/
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