On 9 Sep 2010, at 21:22, James Cummings wrote:
> Are you saying that if I had:
> <lg copyOf="#on123/>
> <lg xml:id="on123">
> <l>To keep your marriage brimming,</l>
> <l>With love in the loving cup,</l>
> <l>Whenever you're wrong, admit it;</l>
> <l>Whenever you're right, shut up.</l>
> That would be similarly abusive?
I reckon I misunderstood @copyOf. early, apologies.
"An application program should replace whatever is the actual content
of an element bearing a <att>copyOf</att> attribute with the content of
the element specified by it"
so actually the use of it for "XInclude" _is_ right
> One of the major changes in P5 was the change of ID/IDREF(S) to
> xsd:anyURI and I think we need to recognise that any of these hundreds
> of pointing attributes now may have slightly changed semantics (in that
> they are able to point outside the document).
I dont see that this changes the semantics?
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