Namespaces in XML: 3.1 the example [3]

james anderson James.Anderson at
Fri Apr 3 03:51:12 BST 1998

hello again,

the space in which a symbol resides says nothing about the space its value is
thus it should be possible to place the "name" in a space independent of the uri
/ space associated with the entity to which it is bound in its declaration.

David Megginson wrote:

> james anderson writes:
>  > (or rather, it's almost possible: there's a small problem, that the
>  > wd-standard precludes qualified entity names. why?)
> The namespace spec allows element type names, attribute names, and PI
> targets to be associated with a URI.  (External) entity and notation
> names are already associated with a URI.

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