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[Bug 5940] Element Declarations Consistent

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Date: Sat, 01 Nov 2008 00:11:37 +0000
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--- Comment #5 from Michael Kay <mike@saxonica.com>  2008-11-01 00:11:36 ---
Re: Points (2) and (3) in comment #4

I had missed that an element declaration with no {type table} is treated
differently from an element declaration whose {type table} allows only one
alternative. My implementation will have to change, it treats both cases the
same. Logically, I think they *should* be the same, but so be it...

In point (3). "if any element named X matches the wildcard in the
content model, the parent element won't be locally valid (this is what
the WG internally sometimes refers to as the 'dynamic EDC' check)." - I haven't
come across the term "dynamic EDC", can you point me to the actual rule in the
spec? 


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