On Tue, May 19, 2009 at 2:10 AM, Martin Marinschek
this sounds reasonable to me.
As a work-around which might work even now: Couldn't you also choose
the variant of using the Java-based tag-library processing, and then
parse the XML files yourself?
Sure, I could come up with a build system myself. It just seems to me like
when the same namespace is used in multiple files, the default behavior
should be that the namespace is an identifier which allows tags to be
aggregated, rather than exception that prevents startup.
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