Re: hackable xml
Maybe it's worth remembering too that some environments like mainframes which can handle XML as text might have memory problems when trying to process it via DOM, etc. It would be useful to have an identified subset of XML which can be handled on such platforms without the need to resort to making special adjustments to memory configurations. Of course in the case of the beloved mainframe it might be a challenge to meet a UTF-8-Only requirement, but even there the mapping table techies can get the benefit from the subset in that they only have to map to EBCDIC the valid UTF-8 values, even though tools have to be used to convert the EBCDIC back and forth to UTF-8. It helps to know that there won't be any problem characters like '£' in the XML to cause errors when converted to and from EBCDIC if such characters are escaped. Best regards --- Stephen D Green
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