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  • Jim Ley
    Subject: Re: example (was:Re: [svg-developers] document.write ? Date: Thu, 1 Aug 2002 14:08:43 -0000 MIME-Version: 1.0 Content-Type: text/plain;
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      "Ruud Steltenpool" <r.g.steltenpool@...>

      > As long as the generate Element is not within the SVG DTD (and i
      believe it
      > is indeed not), then it's OK right?
      >
      > Namespaces are only there to provide some standard to make tools
      > 'understand; i believe, so they can
      > -check whether it's valid

      Exactly, if you include a generate element, then it won't be _valid_
      (assuming you don't have an internal subset on your dtd with the generate
      element in.) If you don't care about validity you can do whatever you
      want, it's hardly a good idea though.

      > But because what i'm working on is a closed system where the non SVG
      stuff
      > within the document is processed by some Script that is specifically
      written
      > for it and that on it's turn makes sure that everything stays
      consistent,
      > namespaces are not really needed, right ?

      Nope, they're still needed (as much as namespaces are needed at all, but
      that's a different discussion...)

      Jim.
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