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   Re: [xml-dev] limits of the generic

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On Mon, 2002-09-30 at 18:30, Norman Walsh wrote:

> Personally, it's not an interesting solution to me because I want
> links to be manifest even in well-formed documents that don't have a
> W3C XML Schema, let alone documents that use other schema technologies.

I don't want to be nasty, but can't this be interpreted as defining
limits to what the PSVI can be used for and denying its implicit claim
to be generic which was (as far as I can remember since this thread is
becoming difficult to follow) Simon's initial point?

You want links to be manifest in well formed documents because links are
obviously important to you but couldn't I want the same for any other
type which is important to me?

Eric
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