Re: Postel's law, exceptions
Elliotte Rusty Harold wrote: > >In fact any aggregator that doesn't do something like this > >is doomed to fail -- *nobody's* feed has the encoding labelled > >properly. (Well, maybe not "nobody", but certainly not very many.) > > Certainly not nobody. My feeds are strictly always well-formed. > [...] Actually, I haven't found well-formedness to be much of a problem, at least in the feeds I'm subscribed to. I was talking about the encoding: what the HTTP Content-Type header says and what the XML declaration says don't always agree with each other, and don't always accurately reflect what encoding the document is actually in. --Joe English jenglish@f...
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