Hi Martin,

On 1/24/2009 12:19 AM, Martin Holmes wrote: 
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So, yeah, it must be a bug (as is the fact that it works even without the id attribute!), and even if it were fixed, the specification cited above doesn't explicitly allow internal stylesheets in non-XHTML XML.

Actually, it does as far as I can see:

"NOTE: Since the value of the href attribute is a URI reference, it may be a relative URI and it may contain a fragment identifier. In particular the URI reference may contain only a fragment identifier. Such a URI reference is a reference to a part of the document containing the xml-stylesheet processing instruction (see [RFC2396]). The consequence is that the xml-stylesheet processing instruction allows style sheets to be embedded in the same document as the xml-stylesheet processing instruction."

<http://www.w3.org/TR/xml-stylesheet/>

so I'm glad it does work, and the good news is that we can expect it to continue to work (and perhaps work in other browsers) in future.
Sorry about that...hadn't read it carefully (just searched for the hash mark!)--good catch!... However, I see now at http://www.w3.org/Style/styling-XML#Embedded that

    "Most XML-based formats will not have such an element [html:style], but the same PI that links to external style sheets can also be used to point to style sheets that are embedded in the document itself. As of February 2006, there are still technical problems with this and no formal specification exists. "

Fragment identifiers (and mention of id type/xml:id) are mentioned under "Unsolved problems" in the same document (just updated 4 days ago)...

best wishes,
Brett