XML complexity, namespaces (was WG)

Steven R. Newcomb srn at techno.com
Sat Mar 20 00:01:39 GMT 1999

[James Anderson:]

> > ...  Namespaces (at least the bulk of their
> > syntax and the idea of identifying a namespace via a URI)
> > could also be used to do architectural forms.

> I've wondered about this.
> Wouldn't they, at least in their standardized form, be restricted to the
> limited fimaily of architectures which are mutually exclusive?

I don't [yet] see why.  What makes you think so?


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