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Re: namespace viz validation [was RE: DSIGS]

From: Alex Milowski <lex@www.copsol.com>
Date: Fri, 20 Jun 1997 09:35:55 -0500 (CDT)
Message-Id: <199706201435.JAA15244@copsol.com>
To: w3c-sgml-wg@w3.org
> Back on casting. etc, I point out that in C casting does 2 things: type c=
> oersion
> (e.g. make an int a pointer) which is regarded as poor, and type narrowin=
> g
> (casting to a typedef) which is regarded as good.  There is no hint of ty=
> pe=20
> coersion in my use of 'cast'.
> 
>  I suggest that the ISO 8879:2001 SGML declaration should allow:=20
> 
> CONCUR	NO			-- e.g. <para> --
> CONCUR	NAMESPACE 		-- e.g. <martin::para> --
> CONCUR	YES			-- e.g. <(rick)p>--
> CONCUR	ARCHITECTURE   	-- e.g. <(martin::para)p --
> 
> where the last is a kind of architectural form.
> 
> I am sure there is something nice hidden somewhere in CONCUR. =20
> 

I'd agree whole-heartedly with that last sentence.  Continuing where CONCUR
started would be a good way to explore namespaces in both XML and SGML.

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