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Tim Bray scripsit:
> Well yeah, except for the ICU implementation is several times the size
> of your average XML processor, and its APIs are way harder to learn than
> for example SAX.
I meant that it's the gold standard for *algorithms*, not necessarily
that you should use the library itself.
> Why doesn't 1.1 just say "Processors must validate at user option"?
> I.e. this is behavior that can be turned off. Then you know what's
> going to happen. -Tim
Because if that were the rule, every parser would have to support
normalization checking. This way, it's a QOI issue whether a parser
provides support or not.
John Cowan http://www.ccil.org/~cowan <firstname.lastname@example.org>
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