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[Bug 3242] "a unique namespace"

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Date: Thu, 27 Sep 2007 07:49:39 +0000
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------- Comment #2 from mike@saxonica.com  2007-09-27 07:49 -------
Looks good.

>(Life would perhaps be simpler if unqualified names were
in a sort of special anonymous default namespace, but they are not.  Complaints
to the editors of the Namespaces Rec, please.)

I did complain to them and it did no good. Perhaps that's because I complained
about nearly everything in their spec. 

But we could make life simpler for ourselves. Just define that "in this
specification", namespace means either (a) a namespace as defined in the
namespaces Rec, or (b) the set of names which, in the terminology of the
namespaces Rec, are not in any namespace; this specification refers to this set
of names as "the unnamed namespace".
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