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Subject: Re: [relax-ng] What about XML 1.1?
I proposed to allow XML 1.1 in ISO DSDL in the last SC34/WG1 meeting. Here is the result of the meeting. http://www.jtc1sc34.org/repository/0545.htm > WG1 requests editors of all parts of ISO/IEC 19757 to review what > changes would be required to accept the extensions to naming rules, etc, > provided by versions 1.1 of XML and XML Namespaces and to submit PDAMs > for review by national bodies that will enable schemas based on these > extended specifications to be used in conjunction with DSDL. WG1 also finds that an XML document using XML-1.1-but-not-XML-1.0 name characters can never be valid against a RELAX NG schema. This is because the RELAX NG spec defines local names as "a string representing the local name; this string matches the NCName production of [XML Namespaces]" Without publishing a new version of RELAX NG (and chaning existing implementations), ISO/IEC cannot change this sentence. I propose that this TC address the XML 1.1 issue when a future version of RELAX NG is created. I believe that this cannot be addressed by an erratum. Cheers, -- MURATA Makoto (FAMILY Given) <EB2M-MRT@asahi-net.or.jp>