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Re: some findings on "XML Tools" and"XHTML 1.1 with SVG and MathML D TD" (XML isn't simple)
- From: David Carlisle <firstname.lastname@example.org>
- To: email@example.com
- Date: Mon, 18 Jun 2001 16:10:12 +0100
> I suspect most (perhaps all) of those that don't work, don't work
> because they rely on MSXML as their underlying parser.
Not this one, I suspect:
> a) Near & Far designer from Open Text
> works if you do comment out some entities defined in MathML for inserting
> special characters that fall within a certain Unicode range.
MathML uses plane 1 characters ('cause when we asked Unicode/ISO for more
Math Characters, that's where they put them:-) MSXML (and most other
native XML parsers I've tried) can eat those OK, but some older parsers
(eg sp based tools such as nsgmls) can't handle characters above 2^16.
(MathML co editor)
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