Why no ']]>' in CharData?
jlapp at webmethods.com
Sun Nov 28 23:47:37 GMT 1999
My vote: at least hex with an x. I think I would also like
the decimal, just because we're finding that the people who
design XML doctypes are not always programmers. But given
that a hex code could appear, they'd probably have to be
familiar with hex anyway. Hmm... having only one way to do
it might also reduce some user confusion. Always a plus.
At 05:10 AM 11/28/1999 -0800, Don Park wrote:
>>I've got a lot of decimal-based entities in my code; what is
>>your compelling reason for making me convert all of them to
>>hex in the name of a *Simple* Markup Language? Conversely,
>>maybe Joe over there uses a lot of hex-based Unicode entities;
>>why should he have to go in and convert 'em to decimal?
>That is a compelling reason except SML, as it is now, requires
>at least some conversion/checking to make sure XML documents
>conforms to SML. So there is no extra cost for converting
>everything to hex.
>Can you think of any other compelling reasons? I am genuinely
>Don Park - mailto:donpark at docuverse.com
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