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   RE: [xml-dev] collisions (was The subsetting has begun)

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"url" in this case feels like a type to me.  I've also seen markup like:

<int_temp scale="F">9</int_temp>



Perversely Oriented Namespace Datatyping (POND) is an unwritten proposal
for doing the same with URI-identified types.

<pond xmlns:int="http://www.w3.org/TR/xmlschema-2/#integer";
   <int:temp scale="F">9</int:temp>
   <url:homepage><!--whitespace - 
      is meaningless padding allowed in anyURI?

Just for fun, of course.

dareo@microsoft.com (Dare Obasanjo) writes:
>Joshua pointed out to me that some would prefer that the type of the
>was captured in an attribute as in 
> <url
>as opposed to 
>which to me seems worse not better. To each his own I guess. I've
>probably been using regexes a bit too much. 
Simon St.Laurent
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