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Bill de hÓra scripsit:
> I'm not exagerrating. And what you're saying is irrelevant. XML
> documents without an xmlms attribute on the root doesn't have a
> meaningful XML Infoset. I'll stick my neck and say most XML
> documents are not namespaced.
This is not the case. A document that doesn't use namespaces at all
certainly does have an infoset. The only well-formed XML documents
that don't have infosets are ones that use xmlns or xmlns:* attributes
in ways *contrary* to Namespaces in XML.
"Xmlms" for "xmlns" is an interesting slip....
John Cowan http://www.ccil.org/~cowan email@example.com
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