RE: The furore over PUBLIC
>From: Paul Prescod[SMTP:firstname.lastname@example.org]
>Sent: Tuesday, April 01, 1997 11:47
>To: Ken Holman
>Subject: Re: The furore over PUBLIC
>> I gather from draft 961114 that the behaviour of an XML system regarding
>> malformed or unresolvable URLs is not specified ... so I figure it is up
>> to the implementation.
>That is just a relative URL to the document base URL. So its meaning is
Would this, then, be an infinitely recursable problem? If the entity
refers to the document itself, which contains an entity that refers to
the document itself, which contains....
>If you put a really bogus system identifier in, then you
>have an incorrect XML document, which is probably what you want in
>practice, but at least the XML spec does not "condone" such a thing.
Is this a check of well-formedness?
G. Ken Holman mailto:email@example.com
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