Unix/Java design issues (Was: Re: Is CDATA "structure"?)
BMurri at wavephore.net
Wed Jul 21 21:10:05 BST 1999
> -----Original Message-----
> From: Hunter, David [SMTP:dhunter at Mobility.com]
> Sent: Wednesday, July 21, 1999 12:48 PM
> To: xml-dev at ic.ac.uk
> Subject: RE: Unix/Java design issues (Was: Re: Is CDATA "structure"?)
> Windows NT is perfectly Unicode aware, and I routinely view XML documents
> Notepad on my NT box. All of the characters are fine, with the only
> being the LF-CRLF-CR problem that started this thread in the first place.
> am 87% sure that Windows 95 uses the windows-1250 or windows-1252
> set internally, although it may also have some level of Unicode awareness.
> (I'm not sure about that.) And I haven't the faintest idea what character
> set Windows 98 uses natively, although I'd like to hope that it's Unicode.
Windows 98 is like Windows 95, but here is the kicker -- both can
convert from the codepage that they are setup with to/from unicode. This is
significant because COM on Win9x as well as NT is *ALL* unicode internally
(thus, MS's DOM (being a COM object) does everything internally in unicode
all the time (although I must plead ignorance as to its usage of the
LF-CRLF-CR thing that this thread is about).
Blair L. Murri
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