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Re: genx - consensus items

Re:  genx - consensus items
David Tolpin:
> Rich Salz:
> > > I'm inclined to agree.  A teeny bit more complexity in the
> > > implementation but probably worth it.  Anyone want to push back? -Tim
> > 
> > asymnmetry is bad.  open-close, begin-end, etc.
> The idea was to improve asymmetry, not to defeat it, I think.
> startTag
>   attribute*
>   text
> endTag
> But in this case startTag is not start 'Tag', it is startElement/endElement.
> Not that I like this approach, just explaining. Simple logic is better than
> complex.

That is, startElement/endElement are good for building a tree, but inadequate
for serializing,




are simpler and more natural for serialization tasks. I'd keep the startTagClose



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