Re: newline/form feed valid as attribute value?
Liam R E Quin scripsit: > A more traditional Unix shell-like approach might be to use a > stand-alone XML parser like xp or xmllint that can produce line-oriented > output; typically this is based on the old SGML "ESIS" idea, and has a > single character at the start of each line to indicate an event type, > such as "open element", "attribute", "text" or whatever. In particular: TagSoup, which parses arbitrary HTML, has a PYX output mode of just such a form. PYX differs trivially from ESIS in that in ESIS, attribute lines precede the start-tag line, whereas in PYX they follow. I am not sure why Sean McGrath made this change, but I have followed him. -- I Hope, Sir, that we are not John Cowan mutually Un-friended by this email@example.com Difference which hath happened http://www.ccil.org/~cowan betwixt us. --Thomas Fuller, Appeal to Injured Innocence (1659)
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