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Re: no xmlns attribute in the xsl dtd?
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From: "James Tauber" <jtauber@xxxxxxxxxxx>
Date: Tue, 2 Mar 1999 05:56:30 +0800
nsgmls is not namespace aware which a processor would need to be to
correctly recognise xmlns attributes as declaring namespaces, not specifying
furthermore, it is not clear how you would validate your document anyway
given that it includes names from the HTML 4.0 vocabulary as well as those
from the XSL vocabulary. The DTD in the spec only covers the latter which,
in effect, means it cannot be used to validate a stylesheet.
James Tauber / jtauber@xxxxxxxxxxx / www.jtauber.com
Associate Researcher, Electronic Commerce Network
Curtin University of Technology, Perth, Western Australia
Full-day XML Tutorial @ WWW8 : http://www8.org/
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From: Mark D. Anderson <mda@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
To: xsl-list@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx <xsl-list@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
Date: Tuesday, 2 March 1999 12:33
Subject: no xmlns attribute in the xsl dtd?
>not sure if this is an xsl spec issue or an xt issue, but
>when i validate an xsl file starting with the following:
><!DOCTYPE xsl:stylesheet SYSTEM "xsl.dtd">
>against the dtd in the xsl spec, i get:
>c:/software/sp-1.3/bin/nsgmls:sql.xsl:4:8:E: there is no attribute "xmlns"
>c:/software/sp-1.3/bin/nsgmls:sql.xsl:5:13:E: syntax of attribute value
does not conform to declared value
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