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Henry S. Thompson wrote:
> Final note: the 99.99% case, for both DTDs and Schemas, is that all
> sensible *user agents* will do the same thing, and it will be what
> people expect, namely:
> 1a) If there's a DOCTYPE, process as much of it as you can get
> access to looking for ID declarations, and use them during
> parsing to identify possible anchors;
> 2a) If there's an xsi:schemaLocation attribute, use it to get a
> schema doc and schema validity assess using it;
> 2b) Otherwise if the doc elt is in a namespace and there's a
> schema doc accessible via the namespace URI, ditto.
If a user agent must implement these three cases to be
considered sensible, I doubt that we'll ever see widespread
adoption of XPointer.