Why no ']]>' in CharData?

Joe Lapp jlapp at webmethods.com
Sun Nov 28 03:32:20 GMT 1999

At 11:23 PM 11/27/1999 -0500, John Cowan wrote:
>The hint you asked for: not doing i18n is asking for trouble
>before, during, and after the fact.  Supporting legacy *encodings*
>may be unnecessary.  Failing to support the Unicode character set
>is plain retrograde.

I like that.  Say, UTF-8 and UTF-16, both autodetected in the first few bytes, and no chicken-and-egg encoding declarations.
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