tbray at textuality.com
Mon Aug 16 19:27:42 BST 1999
At 10:07 AM 8/16/99 -0700, David Brownell wrote:
>Hmm, the XML spec never quite seemed clear about that to me. It didn't
>quite include a definition of the term "ignorable whitespace".
Correct, because it doesn't use the the term. Section 2.10 says:
An XML processor must always pass all characters in a document that are
not markup through to the application. A validating XML processor must also
inform the application which of these characters constitute white space
appearing in element content.
Element content is a hyperlink to the formal definition of an element
where the DTD says you can have only other elemennts.
What's not clear here? -Tim
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