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Re: <org.w3c.svg> or <org.w3c.svg.svg>

On 22 Nov 2013, at 19:43, Pete Cordell <petexmldev@codalogic.com> wrote:

> Hi Michael,
> When you've mentioned your namespaces by convention you've given examples of both <org.w3c.svg> or <org.w3c.svg.svg> as top level element names.  I wondered if you had ever thought long enough about it to decide which option you prefer?  (If so which?!)
> To me <org.w3c.svg> seems prettier, but <org.w3c.svg.svg> more naturally embraces org.w3c.svg.rectangle.
> Thanks,
> Pete Cordell
> Codalogic Ltd
> C++ tools for C++ programmers, http://codalogic.com
> Read & write XML in C++, http://www.xml2cpp.com

I've tended to think of org.w3.svg as the namespace and svg as the local name of the container element; but I'm not sure you need a local name for the container element; it all depends on how radical a reform you are thinking about at any given time.

Michael Kay

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