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 /*
  * This file is part of the DiffX library.
  *
  * For licensing information please see the file license.txt included in the release.
  * A copy of this licence can also be found at
  *   http://www.opensource.org/licenses/artistic-license-2.0.php
  */
 package com.topologi.diffx.util;
 
The set of constants used in this API.

Author(s):
Christophe Lauret
Version:
17 May 2005
public final class Constants {

  
Prevent creation of instances
  private Constants() {
  }
  // Diff-x specific constants
  // ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

  
The namespace URI used for elements that may have been modified.
  public static final String BASE_NS_URI = "http://www.topologi.com/2005/Diff-X";

  
The namespace URI used for elements that may have been deleted.
  public static final String DELETE_NS_URI =  + "/Delete";

  
The namespace URI used for elements that may have been inserted.
  public static final String INSERT_NS_URI =  + "/Insert";
  // XML constants (deprecated use Java 5 XMLConstants instead)
  // ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

  
The default URI (empty). Same as javax.xml.XMLConstants.NULL_NS_URI.

Deprecated:
Use javax.xml.XMLConstants.NULL_NS_URI instead.
  @Deprecated public static final String DEFAULT_URI = .;

  
The official XML namespace prefix. Same as javax.xml.XMLConstants.XML_NS_PREFIX.

Deprecated:
Use javax.xml.XMLConstants.XML_NS_PREFIX instead.
  @Deprecated public static final String XML_NS_PREFIX = .;

  
The official XML Namespace name URI. Same as javax.xml.XMLConstants.XML_NS_URI.

Deprecated:
Use javax.xml.XMLConstants.XML_NS_URI instead.
  @Deprecated public static final String XML_NS_URI = .;

  
The official XML attribute used for specifying XML namespace declarations, XMLConstants.XMLNS_ATTRIBUTE, namespace URI. Defined by the XML specification to be "http://www.w3.org/2000/xmlns/".

The official XML attribute used for specifying XML Namespace declarations. It is NOT valid to use as a prefix. Defined by the XML specification to be "xmlns".

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