RE: XML Blueberry
HUGHES,MARK (Non-HP-FtCollins,ex1)" <mark_hughes@n...> wrote: > It looks to me like the restricted NameChar is just SGML legacy cruft. >I don't see how it improves the format. Data corruption happens in the non-ASCII world, probably because the charset is mistaken. Without the restricted NameChar, XML parsers are happy to swallow such corrupted documents and create a correupted database, WWW pages, etc. Restrictions on NameChar forces conforming XML processors to detect such corrupted documents. Cheers, Makoto
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