From: David Tolpin (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Date: Thu Oct 10 2002 - 22:05:49 PDT
> I do not think that XEP should be complaining about
> any non-FO or non RX attributes. At a minimum, it
good point, but the purpose of the validation pass is make
sure that only things explicitely allowed are passed to the kernel.
The only element for which non-fo attributes are explicitly allowed
by the recommendation is instream-foreign-object. Everything else
is non-compliant; rx extensions are passed through just because
we know what they are for; it is better to stop everything else
than to let stylesheet bugs through.
If you have non-compliant stylesheets with extensions exernal to XEP
and want to see the results, just turn validation off.
java com.renderx.xep.Driver -DVALIDATE=false
<option name="VALIDATE" value="false"/>
in the configuration file.
> should be reporting the full-qualified attribute name
> in the validation report.
A good point. Thank you.
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