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[Bug 10197] xml:space is not listed as a global attribute

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Date: Tue, 28 Sep 2010 19:50:20 +0000
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--- Comment #14 from Julian Reschke <julian.reschke@gmx.de> 2010-09-28 19:50:19 UTC ---
"A special attribute named xml:space may be attached to an element to signal an
intention that in that element, white space should be preserved by
applications. In valid documents, this attribute, like any other, MUST be
declared if it is used."

The equivalent of "valid" in the context of HTML5 is the prose describing valid
documents.

The new text now allows xml_space everywhere, whereas it was allowed only on
certain elements in XHTML 1.0. This is a change that the differences document
should mention then.

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