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At 05:57 PM 15/12/01 -0700, Champion, Mike wrote:
>I don't like the flavor of this dogfood any more than anyone else here, but
>the Unicode folks have provided a lifetime supply. I guess XML had better
>learn to stomach it if XML wants to eat at Unicode's table.
For what it's worth, I think that adding NEL is in fact a more
correct usage of Unicode than what XML 1.0 specifies. I'm still
against it because it has a lousy cost/benefit trade-off.
XML 1.0 achieves a pretty good balance of making the benefits
of Unicode available without incurring much in the way of cost
for users of legacy text-processing systems. I think the
linebreak aspects of Blueberry are a step back in that respect.