azaroth at liverpool.ac.uk
Tue Mar 26 18:03:29 CET 2002
> So, a validating parser is not thrown off by a document which contains
> elements not in the schema given, as long as they are in well-defined
> If this is the case, then I agree that our needs for extensibility are
> probably met by this approach.
As I understand it, a document that conforms to a schema/dtd is valid. But
a document that has additional namespaces (etc) is just 'well formed'.
Hence additional namespaces not in the dtd/schema will make it fail for a
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