document vs non-document entity (was Re: CORBA's not boring yet. / XML in an OS?)
James.Anderson at mecomnet.de
Sun Feb 7 14:24:21 GMT 1999
Which implies that references would be through links rather than entity
references and that the focus is not the document, but the element,
element-range, or whatever link semantic the OS implements. If the "standard"
link is to the root element, then it would have the same effect as the file
systems which have distinguish resource from data forks or support file
headers, but provide the "data" as the standard file content. It would be XML,
just not literal XML.
James Tauber wrote:
> One (serious) issue that imediately arises out of my XML überdocument system
> is that there is a difference in XML between the document entity and other
> entities: the existence of the prolog.
> If an XML document has a empty prolog, there is no problem because an XML
> document entity with an empty prolog is a legal external parsed entity.
> However, the moment you have an XML declaration or document type
> declaration, the entity can no longer act as an external parsed entity.
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