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towards consensus on fixup, part 1

From: Henry S. Thompson <ht@inf.ed.ac.uk>
Date: Thu, 06 Sep 2007 17:32:04 +0100
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There was interim agreement on two things which I think we should
note, before moving on to the harder stuff

1) All serialized output from conformant processors *must* be
well-formed and namespace-well-formed *XML* [i.e. impl-defned whether
1.0 or 1.1];

2) We need to say something more about what conformant processors
*must* and *should* do wrt the information content of what flows
through.  I'm thinking in terms of something like this:

 Except where necessary to faithfully implement the semantics of a
 step, every step *must* carry the information in its input(s),
 options and parameters corresponding to the infoset properties

  [local name]
  [namespace name]
  [normalized value]
  [base URI]

 through unchanged to its output(s).

 The information corresponding to

  [in-scope namespaces]
  [namespace attributes]
  [attribute type]

 *should* be carried over insofar as possible.

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