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Re: RE: Take 2 - How do you replace comments from XML?

machine.config whitespace
I have posted the machine.config from my PC here:


Please have a look. Admittedly I only took a quick
review of the file, but nothing in there looks like
particularly foul. The comments are just that, comments.
Comments on what each section does and examples of elements
that can be added.


Dare Obasanjo wrote:
> The comments in this thread have also been unanimous in their ignorance of the .NET Framework machine.config file format. 
> Seriously, if someone posted a message to XML-DEV about how they planed to process the XHTML on the W3C site by using the whitespace between elements which demarcates regions in the document, will we also see the same outpouring of recrimination against the W3C website authors for having "whitespace that demarcates regions" in their XML documents? 
> This entire thread is very silly. 



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