Re: MicroXML and &
Rick Jelliffe scripsit: > On the other hand, the kind of complexity that extra lines in a table > cause is trivial, perhaps negligible after the first entry. (You > wouldn't implement a large lookup table as an if-then-else chain, > surely.) It was a joke. As I said before, I wouldn't add all those entities to MicroXML, because it would break backward compatibility. I just thought of a way of doing it, though: allow an extension to the DOCTYPE that specifies the home on the W3C page of the entities. Of course, MicroXML parsers won't actually load that; it'll just make them switch on the entities. -- John Cowan firstname.lastname@example.org http://ccil.org/~cowan Linguistics is arguably the most hotly contested property in the academic realm. It is soaked with the blood of poets, theologians, philosophers, philologists, psychologists, biologists and neurologists, along with whatever blood can be got out of grammarians. - Russ Rymer
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