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[Bug 4372] [Serialization] Lexical checking of doctype-public

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Date: Fri, 16 Mar 2007 08:30:49 +0000
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------- Comment #4 from mike@saxonica.com  2007-03-16 08:30 -------
I'm not sure quite what you had in mind in comment #3, Colin. But I suppose if
we chose to do so we could have a rule that stated: with the HTML method, if a
doctype-public attribute is specified, then it must be a value that is
permitted by the (explicitly or implicitly) chosen version of the HTML
specification; we wouldn't need to enumerate the valid values. However, I still
don't fancy the idea that we suddenly start rejecting stylesheets which (as far
as the user is concerned) have been working for years. That's because I have to
answer the bug reports...
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