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Michael Kay scripsit:
> Of course the InfoSet changes. The text of the spec might not change,
> but the rules as to what constitutes a legitimate infoset are changed by
> both XML 1.1 and Namespaces 1.1. The only reason the Infoset spec
> doesn't change is that it incorporates those rules by reference rather
> than describing them explicitly.
In fact the Infoset has no rules about what is a valid name, either
directly or by reference. It's true that you can't construct an
infoset with names that contain non-XML-1.0-name characters by parsing
a 1.0 document, but the section "Synthetic Infosets" makes it clear
that there are other ways to construct an infoset than by parsing.
John Cowan <email@example.com> http://www.ccil.org/~cowan
"One time I called in to the central system and started working on a big
thick 'sed' and 'awk' heavy duty data bashing script. One of the geologists
came by, looked over my shoulder and said 'Oh, that happens to me too.
Try hanging up and phoning in again.'" --Beverly Erlebacher