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Eric van der Vlist scripsit:
> I have been long to understand this, but the consequence of XPointer as
> currently stated is that to claim to support the text/xml media type any
> application MUST support W3C XML Schema.
1) The XPointer family of specs does not say what the fragment ID syntax of
the text/xml, application/xml, etc. family of media types is.
That is the job of a yet-unwritten RFC.
2) XML Schema support can be as simple as "I don't do XML Schema, so there
are no ids of the relevant type in this document."
John Cowan <firstname.lastname@example.org>
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