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Y5 Exclusive C145n interop; was Re: c14n/exc-c14n interop samples

From: Christian Geuer-Pollmann <geuer-pollmann@nue.et-inf.uni-siegen.de>
Date: Mon, 03 Jun 2002 11:18:04 +0200
To: merlin <merlin@baltimore.ie>
Cc: w3c-ietf-xmldsig@w3.org
Message-ID: <14074638.1023103084@clouseau>

Hi Merlin,

on your example merlin-c14n-three.tar.gz, question on Reference Number 9 
(c14n-8.txt):

<bar:Something xml:lang="en-ie">
    <foo:Nothing xmlns="http://example.org/">
      <foo:Something xmlns="">
        <bar:Something xmlns="http://example.org/">
          <foo:Something xmlns="">
            <foo:Nothing xmlns="http://example.org/">
              <foo:Something xmlns="">
                <baz:Something xmlns="http://example.org/"></baz:Something>
              </foo:Something>
            </foo:Nothing>
          </foo:Something>
        </bar:Something>
      </foo:Something>
    </foo:Nothing>
  </bar:Something>


Where do the xmlns="" attributes come from? The document declares the 
default namespace to xmlns="http://example.org/" in the document element 
and is never changed. OK, you omit the xmlns="http://example.org/" 
namespace attribute in these elements, but does this allow to do that?

Thanks,
Christian


--On Freitag, 31. Mai 2002 13:18 +0100 merlin <merlin@baltimore.ie> wrote:

> Hi Christian,
>
> I've tweaked the input document slightly to show a few more
> edge cases if you're interested; see attached:
>
> Merlin
Received on Monday, 3 June 2002 05:26:05 GMT

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