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email@example.com (Uche Ogbuji) writes:
>My objection to their usage depends heavily on custom within the XML
>community. I thought this would go without saying, but I guess not.
I've always assumed that "compatible with XML" meant "would pass through
an XML 1.0 parser without a fatal error". There are lots of ways to
subset XML and remain compatible on those terms.
Beyond that, I use the more generic term "markup" for material that's
still syntactically-structured text.
Ring around the content, a pocket full of brackets
Errors, errors, all fall down!
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