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> It isn't really enough to take an XML document and just check
> normalization as if it were a plain-text Unicode document. The
> various strings in XML documents -- names, runs of character
> content, attribute values, etc. need each to be checked separately.
Would the normalisation checker also need to be aware of the
boundaries that could occur *within* attribute or element values, for
example if you have XSLT attributes that contain XPath expressions
that should be normalised based on XPath tokens?