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From Stefano Mazzocchi <>
Subject Re: R:R:pathargs problem
Date Sat, 04 Mar 2000 00:58:02 GMT wrote:
> > 3) is legal, because it contains an attribute (whatever) that has a
> > non-null namespace URI ("whatever:whatever" is the full name)
> This is dead wrong.  In <xsl:stylesheet xsl:version="1.0" whatever=""
> xmlns:xsl="xslt"
> xmlns="whatever"/>  the "whatever" attribute's namespace is null.   That's
> the way namespaces in xml work: the default namespace does *not* apply to
> non-prefixed attributes.  

You are right. There's a section of the spec that says that. Sorry, I
overlooked it.

Still, the problem remains, is 

<xsl:stylesheet xsl:version="1.0" xslns:xsl="xslt">

valid or invalid? I see no reason to make this invalid or even throw a
warning for it.

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