MIME/RFC822 <-> XML interop (was RE: Binary Data in XML)

John Cowan cowan at locke.ccil.org
Wed Sep 30 21:42:43 BST 1998

Jonathan A. Borden wrote:

> So what you are saying here is that the use of a attribute is totally
> compatible with the use of NOTATIONs and when DTDs are used both are useful.

Just so.

> I suggest that xml:content (or xml:content-type) be used instead of xml:mime
> because MIME has lots of potential headers.

I agree.

[example snipped]

> Is this reasonable?


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