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   RE: [xml-dev] grammar cache and xs:redefine

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Oh goody... home, home on the range again.

The cosmic censorship hypothesis of URZeds:  a URI is opaque.  A naked 
URI is not a URI.  It is a URN.

A schema with variants is not named by a URI unless that schema 
includes its variants.  Any variant induces a URN that names 
the superposition.  An operator that disambiguates collapses 
the probabilities resulting in a single URI escaping the singularity 
where the event horizon boundary inscribes all of the possible 
states of the information space.



From: Jeff Rafter [mailto:lists@jeffrafter.com]

> But in that case,
> having three variants is going to give you problems anyhow.

I agree, this isn't a problem that is germane only to xs:redefine-- the 
same conflicts occur with any global component that has the same name. 
Additionally, if using type substitution instead you would still need 
the ability to disambiguate to know which set of types applied (from B1 
or B2).


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