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>There's no factual misunderstanding about that -- Schemas do not support
I didn't say "support", I said "be used with":
>>misunderstandings, such as that entities can't be used with Schemas.
and that is factually incorrect. People have said that they can't use
Schemas unless they support entities, but they're mistaken: they can
use Schemas and DTDs together, even if they find it distasteful.
>you must use at least an internal DTD subset to support them.
Yes. You can use DTDs with XML Schemas.
>That's NOT schemas supporting entities, that's "we now have to use two
>technologies to get done what we used to with one, since we've been
>'encouraged' to use schemas in any new technologies developed."
I think it was right to separate entities - a lexical mechanism - from
schemas. Character substitution should happen at a level below schemas,
and should be usable with any schema language (and without any).