IE5.0 does not conform to RFC2376
db at eng.sun.com
Fri Apr 2 20:49:55 BST 1999
MURATA Makoto wrote:
> David Brownell wrote:
> > Again, no it doesn't. The idea is to get the web server to
> > attach the correct MIME content type, which is NOT "text/xml"
> > in many/most cases. Authors must rely on the administrator
> > not breaking their content, and this is part of it.
> "application/xml" is appropriate for some XML data. On the other
> hand, if you do not want to miss fallback to text/plain, "text/xml"
> is the right choice.
True -- but if there's one basic rule that seems safer
than another, it's "default to application/xml" rather
than "assume ASCII and stick to text/xml"! :-)
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