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Re: namespace node implementation (rectification)

From: Xavier Franc <xfranc@online.fr>
Date: Wed, 22 Oct 2003 15:54:44 +0200
Message-ID: <3F968C24.3010907@online.fr>
To: www-ql@w3.org

Rectification: what I wrote is not correct according to the latest
draft: there is no choice, the first possibility  *must* be selected.
In fact the Aug 2003 WD is quite precise about the hole question of NS nodes.

> - when copying an existing node into a constructed tree, there is a choice about
>    copying in-scope prefix/ns mappings (aka "namespace nodes"):
> 	1- copy all in-scope mappings: more verbose output but
> 	   better chances to avoid creating synthetic namespace
> 	   declarations (something like xmlns:ns1="...") required by missing mappings.
> 	2- copy only mappings defined on the node itself: more concise
> 	3- copy no mappings at all: wont result in nice serialization
> 	4- copy only if used in sub-tree: best but not efficient
> 

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Xavier Franc
Received on Wednesday, 22 October 2003 09:53:22 UTC

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