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Re: XML Blueberry

  • From: David Carlisle <davidc@n...>
  • To: xml-dev@l...
  • Date: Fri, 22 Jun 2001 10:17:28 +0100

Re: XML Blueberry

] The major problem is that when
] it appears in a tag, e.g. 
] <t a1="1"
]    a2="2"> 
] (where there's a NEL after the "1") then the XML processor will kick
] this out.  -Tim

Do any files really use NEL that are encoded in utf-8 or utf-16 (or
utf-8 subsets like ascii that don't need to be declared)?

If all the files using NEL start 
<?xml version="1.0" encoding="some-flavour-of-ebcdic"?>
Then can't NEL be mapped to #10 (0r #13) in the non normative support
for the ebcdic related encodings. This wouldn't require any change to XML.

this would mean that NEL and CR would be mapped to the same unicode
point but this wouldn't be much of a loss, if NEL was added as a line
end character as propsed in Blueberry it would presumably (?) be normalised
along with the other line ends to #10. (section 2.11)


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