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Elliotte Harold scripsit:
> 2. related point: Namespaces 1.1 is defined in terms of IRIs, not URIs.
> How is this handled?
I'd say, use the defined mapping to make an IRI into a URI, and go
with the URI.
> 3. Should this be any valid URI reference instead of any valid URI?
By the new post-2396 rules, "URI" means "absolute URI with or without
fragment identifier". In 2396, "URI" had no formal definition.
> 4. What if the namespace URI uses percent escapes? Do the percent signs
> now need to be double escaped? (I expect they do, but this should be
> made explicit.)
Why would this be necessary?
More significantly, RFC 2141 forbids certain URI characters from
appearing in URNs.
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