A question for developers

Tim Bray tbray at textuality.com
Fri Feb 19 01:26:52 GMT 1999

In section 1.2, the XML spec says

 Characters with multiple possible representations in ISO/IEC 10646 
 (e.g. characters with both precomposed and base+diacritic forms) match 
 only if they have the same representation in both strings. At user 
 option, processors may normalize such characters to some canonical form.

Does any real XML software actually do such normalization?

Thanks in advance. -Tim

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