Appending to an XML document

Clark C. Evans clark.evans at
Fri Dec 10 20:01:10 GMT 1999

On 10 Dec 1999, David Megginson wrote:
> No, these would both be non-conformant -- the XML spec defines a
> document as the main production, and a parser that encounters a second 
> root element in what is being given to it as a document simply has to
> stop processing, except for error reporting.

Yes.  But I thought the computational model for XML was 
a hedge-automata? (not a tree-automata... )


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