ESIS (was: Entities in XSchema)

John Cowan cowan at
Wed Jun 10 19:01:04 BST 1998

Paul Prescod wrote:

> Things that must be turned on with a -o option are NON-ESIS. For example:

For future reference, then, it seems that only the following XML things
are non-ESIS:

1)	The fact that an attribute is of type ID.
2)	The system identifier (if any) in a notation declaration.
3)	Declarations of external parsed entities.
4)	Declarations of *unreferenced* unparsed entities.
5)	The fact that an element has declared EMPTY content.

John Cowan		cowan at
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