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From: Ian Hickson via cvs-syncmail <cvsmail@w3.org>
Date: Sun, 01 Jun 2008 10:58:40 +0000
To: public-html-commits@w3.org
Message-Id: <E1K2lGq-0007Y2-3n@lionel-hutz.w3.org>

Update of /sources/public/html5/spec
In directory hutz:/tmp/cvs-serv28774

Modified Files:
	Overview.html 
Log Message:
s/null/no/ for namespaces; xref typo (whatwg r1717)

Index: Overview.html
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RCS file: /sources/public/html5/spec/Overview.html,v
retrieving revision 1.903
retrieving revision 1.904
diff -u -d -r1.903 -r1.904
--- Overview.html	1 Jun 2008 10:48:31 -0000	1.903
+++ Overview.html	1 Jun 2008 10:58:37 -0000	1.904
@@ -4344,9 +4344,12 @@
    document order. User agents may adjust prefixes and namespace declarations
    in the serialization (and indeed might be forced to do so in some cases to
    obtain namespace-well-formed XML). If any of the elements in the
-   serialization are in the null namespace, the default namespace in scope
-   for those elements must be explicitly declared as the empty string. <a
-   href="#references">[XML]</a> <a href="#references">[XMLNS]</a>
+   serialization are in no namespace, the default namespace in scope for
+   those elements must be explicitly declared as the empty
+   string.<!-- because otherwise
+  round-tripping might break since it'll pick up the surrounding
+  default ns when setting -->
+   <a href="#references">[XML]</a> <a href="#references">[XMLNS]</a>
 
   <p>If any of the following cases are found in the DOM being serialized, the
    user agent must raise an <code>INVALID_STATE_ERR</code> exception:
@@ -6876,13 +6879,13 @@
   <p class=note>In HTML, the <code title="">xmlns</code> attribute has
    absolutely no effect. It is basically a talisman. It is allowed merely to
    make migration to and from XHTML mildly easier. When parsed by an <a
-   href="#html-0">HTML parser</a>, the attribute ends up in the null
-   namespace, not the "<code>http://www.w3.org/2000/xmlns/</code>" namespace
-   like namespace declaration attributes in XML do.
+   href="#html-0">HTML parser</a>, the attribute ends up in no namespace, not
+   the "<code>http://www.w3.org/2000/xmlns/</code>" namespace like namespace
+   declaration attributes in XML do.
 
   <p class=note>In XML, an <code title="">xmlns</code> attribute is part of
    the namespace declaration mechanism, and an element cannot actually have
-   an <code title="">xmlns</code> attribute in the null namespace specified.
+   an <code title="">xmlns</code> attribute in no namespace specified.
 
   <h4 id=the-id><span class=secno>3.4.1 </span>The <dfn id=id
    title=attr-id><code>id</code></dfn> attribute</h4>
@@ -42726,7 +42729,7 @@
 
      <td> Big5
 
-     <td> <a href="#BIG5">[BIG5]</a> <!-- XXX ? -->
+     <td> <a href="#references">[BIG5]</a> <!-- XXX ? -->
   </table>
 
   <p class=note>The requirement to treat certain encodings as other encodings
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