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[Bug 5462] Can sml:nilref="true" be specified on a non-SML reference?

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Date: Fri, 08 Feb 2008 00:03:23 +0000
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virginia.smith@hp.com changed:

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------- Comment #2 from virginia.smith@hp.com  2008-02-08 00:03 -------
Section 4.2.5 now reads (last sentence is new):

4.2.5 Null SML References

An null SML reference is an explicit declaration of intent by the document
author that the SML reference itself does not exist, and a processing directive
(not a hint) to processors not to attempt to recognize any reference schemes in
it. If an SML reference is recognized as null, then processors MUST NOT attempt
to resolve it.

Processors MUST ignore an sml:nilref attribute when present on an element that
is not an SML Reference [4.1.1 SML Reference], in which case the consumer MAY
issue a warning to its invoker. 
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