Re: Towards XML 2.0
> I can't see that allowing -- in comments is important enough to break > the tool chain. If it were really that important, I'd suggest dropping > comments completely and replacing them with<?comment text ?> but it's > probably simpler to just leave them in as is, imperfect though they > are. > Let's break compatibility of both data and tools; just make sure there is a clean migration route in both directions for the data, which is where the big investment is. For a comment syntax, what's wrong with <xml:comment>....</xml:comment>? Michael Kay Saxonica
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