Re: Ignore closing tag
Abel > If it isn't required, but it isn't hurting either, and when it is used > for machine-reading (as opposed to human-reading), then why bother > trying to write "<elem>data" instead of "<elem>data</elem>"? With the default sgml declaration, a closing tag for an element declared empty would be an error, as for example <img></img> is an error in HTML. If the user has access to the dtd or sgml declaration, this could be made not an error, but that isn't an option if you are targeting some public sgml format . > But if you must, i.e. for compatibility sake, you can post-process your >almost-correct SGML with a list of closing tags and strip those yes. David
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