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[Bug 3485] [XQuery] relative URILiteral

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Date: Wed, 13 Sep 2006 12:51:17 +0000
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------- Comment #6 from davidc@nag.co.uk  2006-09-13 12:51 -------
I see you've responded to bug #3486, so I think that means that the only case
that would be left undefined would be namespace uri

Could the specification clarify whether the following is in error, and if not
in error, what the namespaces of the elements x and y are?

to be specific:

declare base-uri  "data:,x";
declare default element namespace "abc/123";

 <y xmlns="xyz"/>

Currently saxon gives no error and produces

<?xml version="1.0" encoding="UTF-8"?>
<x xmlns="abc/123">
   <y xmlns="xyz"/>

I wouldn't object to that being the specified behaviour although
acording to a w3c directive that "revised" the interpretation of the namespaces
spec, such an xml document has undefined behaviour and shouldn't be assigned
definite semantics, so XQuery might want to make relative uri namespaces
explictly an error, or undefined, and may want to state explictly that they are
_not_ resolved against the base uri in the static context (unlike all other
uses of uriliteral)


and namespaces 1.1 which rather commits xpath2 (at least) to not doing much
with relative uri namespace literals.


  This deprecation of relative URI references was decided on by a W3C XML
  Plenary Ballot Relative URI deprecation]. It also declares that "later
  specifications such as DOM, XPath, etc. will define no interpretation for

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