FW: MCE Revision Issue: Correcting the Scope Clause

Rex Jaeschke rex at RexJaeschke.com
Tue Jul 23 15:52:57 CEST 2013

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Subject: Re: MCE Revision Issue: Correcting the Scope Clause

> With:
> This Part of ISO/IEC 29500 describes a set of conventions that can be 
> used by any valid XML document to mark clearly elements and attributes 
> representing features introduced by future versions or extensions of 
> the document format, while providing a method by which consumers can 
> obtain a baseline version of that document (i.e., a version without 
> extensions) for interoperability.

I think that "valid" should be deleted, since MCE is applicable to markup
specifications that lack DTDs or schemas.


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