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james anderson scripsit:
> it would be clear how to proceed if xml-11 incorporates charmod and requires
> processors to normalize - thereby entailing normalization-checking.
> to specify that the processor must, at option, check normalization, but must
> not transform to normal form, while the referenced specification requires that
> all "producers of strings" ensure (not just check) that they are normalized,
> led this implementer to put the proposals back, to wait for later versions.
XML parsers are considered consumers, not producers. Therefore,
they should normalization-check in accordance with CharMod. For practical
reasons it was decided not to make normalization-checking required.
As for waiting, it's now or never as far as XML 1.1 is concerned.
John Cowan http://www.ccil.org/~cowan email@example.com
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