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[Bug 15966] XML 1.0 vs. XML 1.1 - "applied consistently by all aspects of the implementation"

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Date: Mon, 13 Feb 2012 17:37:23 +0000
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--- Comment #1 from Jonathan Robie <jonathan.robie@gmail.com> 2012-02-13 17:37:22 UTC ---
After today's telcon, I think we're heading in this direction:

1. Data model always supports XML 1.1

2. The conformance section says XML processors SHOULD NOT impose restrictions
on the use of characters allowed by some versions of XML and disallowed by
others.

3. Eliminate all the "Whether the implementation is based on the rules of [XML
1.0] and [XML Names] or the rules of [XML 1.1] and [XML Names 1.1]" language in
XQuery 3.0 / XPath 3.0.

4. Serialization can still decide which version to support

5. What about parse-xml()? Is it subject to rule 2 above?

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