Paul Prescod papresco at technologist.com
Sun Sep 20 22:27:18 BST 1998

All of this talk of identifiers has made me wonder if there is any good
reason that a URL in XML code should be restricted to "safe",
"non-reserved" characters. Wouldn't it make more sense to require the XML
processor to do the necessary escaping before transmitting the URL across
the wire? It seems simpler to let the processing software deal with it
rather than forcing the human to do so (the current case).

 Paul Prescod  - http://itrc.uwaterloo.ca/~papresco

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