On a more pleasant note
david at megginson.com
Fri Sep 17 22:48:55 BST 1999
Barry Paul writes:
> I agree, all the solutions are pretty horrible. Have you any other
> suggestions as to how "real-world" HTML could be encapsulated in
That's a separate question -- real-world (non-XML) HTML can be
encapsulated reasonably in three ways:
1. Escape '<', '>', and '&' (assuming that there are no non-XML
characters like form-feed).
2. Uuencode the whole mess.
3. Put it in a separate file and point to it.
The second and third options work for anything -- you can use them for
graphics, MP3s, or what-have-you.
All the best,
David Megginson david at megginson.com
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