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Re: Grammar update for leading digits in localnames

From: Lee Feigenbaum <feigenbl@us.ibm.com>
Date: Wed, 2 May 2007 11:55:11 -0400
To: andy.seaborne@hp.com
Cc: RDF Data Access Working Group <public-rdf-dawg@w3.org>
Message-ID: <OF372EFB6D.9C557D4D-ON852572CF.00573AF6-852572CF.00577321@us.ibm.com>

Andy Seaborne wrote on 05/02/2007 09:25:03 AM:

> 
> rq25 has been updated for leading digits in the localnames or prefixed 
names. 
>   At the same time, I did some renaming to not use "NCNAME" or "QName" 
to 
> avoid confusion as we do not (and never did) exactly follow these terms 
in 
> every detail.

Good idea.

> A side effect is that blank node labels can start with dgits.  _:1 is 
alegal 
> blank node by label.  The label is a local part or a prefixed name so I 
> carried that over as well (strictly, I did nothing about it to stop it) 
for 
> consistency.

This seems fine to me.
 
> Please check rq25 - it's very easy to get this wrong even though allth 
syntax 
> tests still pass and my own tests had one change in a test that was 
> specifically testing for this feature.

I eyeballed it and it looks ok.

Note that I'm not going to send a response to the original commenter until 
the at-risk text is in place, so I'll wait on Simon for that.

thanks,
Lee


 
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