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> This would be similar to the implementation of VC: Proper
> Declaration/PE Nesting ? It seems that the only two cases where the
> VC and WFC are not redundant is that the WFC adds the additional
> constraint that a PEReference (the actual ref, not the replacement
> value) cannot be started in one entity and ended in another and that a
> conditional section cannot be started in one entity and ended in another. *
To clarify, if a conditional section started in one entity and ended in
another this would also bring in VC: Proper Conditional Section/PE
Also to clarify, I am aware that the WFC only applies to PE refs between
markup decls-- not in markup decls (I am not sure of the implications...
as I can't figure out how you could split any of these productions
across a PE boundary *within* a markupDecl).
As always, hopelessly confused,