New draft submitted of 3066bis...
jcowan at reutershealth.com
Tue Nov 2 17:40:28 CET 2004
Chris Lilley scripsit:
> Right, that is my analysis also. However, it has been stated that
> RFC3066 is advisory, and you can put any string you like as a value of
> xml:lang. I think that is wrong too, and the XML spec clearly says
> either an RFC3066(or successor) value, or "".
Ah, I understand now. The plain language of the spec is to be ignored.
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