XML errors and fatal errors.

Richard Tobin richard at cogsci.ed.ac.uk
Thu Aug 6 15:04:38 BST 1998

> I find also the following 20 kinds of non-fatal errors:

Many of these are violations of the grammar, hence making the document
not well-formed (because it doesn't match the production "document").

It is surely intended that no matching the grammar is a fatal error,
though I can't actually see where it says it.

-- Richard

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