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re: Issue 1971: certain property names cause non-wf XML responses

From: Colin Bendell <cbendell_at_point2.com>
Date: 2005-01-18 20:32:38 CET


The problem is that colon is not a valid character in the qname in an
xml element. The SVN DAV exposes the custom property as having a
namespace of "http://subversion.tigris.org/xmlns/custom/" and a qname of
the property name. What if the namespace for a custom property was
taken from the property instead? Why not use the namespace the property
is suggesting. For example, "cvs2svn:cvs-rev" would be broken out as
having a namespace of "cvs2svn" and a qname of "cvs-rev"? Colons are
permissible values inside the namespace, so if the property were
foo:bar:property it should be broken out as "foo:bar" and "property" for
the namespace and qname respectively.


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