Re: whitespace in 1.1
>Obviously a spec defines the outcome and not the implementation, so >anything that's specified in terms of a processing model has an implicit >"as if". I think that's the right approach, but it *isn't* accepted by everyone as obvious, as is shown by the fact that many specs state it explicitly. >for example, whether a particular rule referring to the treatment of >whitespace is to be applied before or after CDATA sections are expanded. Are you saying the XML spec has this problem? If so, which rule is unclear? The line end rule is clear that the result is as if line ends were converted on input. Or are you talking about XSLT? -- Richard
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