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On May 6, 2005, at 6:11 PM, Richard Tobin wrote:
>> More practically, if a parser guarantees reporting attributes to the
>> application in their order of occurrence in a document, would this be
>> reason to declare the parser incompliant with XML 1.0?
> No, of course not. An XML editor is the obvious example of an
> application that can benefit from that information. But an XML editor
> does not use an XML document for its semantics.
That's not true... some/many editors are built directly on top of DOM
implementations, or something akin to the DOM.