Why no ']]>' in CharData?
donpark at docuverse.com
Sun Nov 28 03:59:51 GMT 1999
>I think we can get the best of both worlds if we allow
>']]>' in SML/DML, but the spec should state that for
>compatibility with XML one should express this sequence
>as ']]>'. Escaping should not be required, though.
How about addressing this issue in a separate guideline
spec for people mixing SML and XML. This would leave
this rather arcane detail out of the SML spec.
>This would mandate that something external to a document
>identify the document as SML/DML or XML. MIME types
>work. I'd want this distinction anyway, since it would
>allow me to optimize for SML/DML when I've got it. The
>parsing and internal data structures would simplify,
>and GUI could free the user up from XML's oddities.
Don Park - mailto:donpark at docuverse.com
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