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From "Carsten Ziegeler" <>
Subject RE: Again: &quot;forgotten&quot; namespaces problem
Date Mon, 02 Jun 2003 09:01:47 GMT

Alexander Schatten wrote:
> Antonio Gallardo wrote:
> >Hi:
> >
> >Check:
> >
> >
> >  
> >
> I know this one, but I am afraid, you really missed the point. Please 
> try to read my original posting again. In brief words again:
> IMHO Cocoon **has to be** standards conform and hence also the HTML 
> serializer should produce standard conform HTML; as it can easily 
> happen, that namespaces stay in the transformed XHTMLs, the HTML 
> transformer *has to* remove them. Not *should*.
> Because *should* means, that mostly it will not be removed, and again, 
> we seen tons of irregular HTML documents generated by an important open 
> source tool. THIS is no promotion for Cocoon! As HTML publishing still 
> is the most important usage pattern for Cocoon, this "bug" seems to be 
> very serious to me.
> Additionally adding this XSLT transform step to (nearly) every 
> transformation pipeline, to be sure, puts additional complexity into the 
> sitemap and, moreover, slows down the pipeline. This is definitily a 
> step that should be performed by default in the serializer! And this is 
> the point.
Is there a patch available?


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