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Dare Obasanjo <email@example.com> writes:
> This whole thread astounds me. If the APIs available for
> processing XML on your platform of choice are so lacking that
> one can't do something as basic as a write well-formed
> without a heavyweight API perhaps it is time you moved to the
> .NET Framework. ;)
Then again, maybe not given that the documentation states:
XmlTextWriter does not check for the following:
- Invalid characters in attribute and element names.
- Unicode characters that do not fit the specified encoding. If
the Unicode characters do not fit the specified encoding, the
XmlTextWriter does not escape the Unicode characters into character
- Duplicate attributes.
- Characters in the DOCTYPE public identifier or system
We have people here who, when writing XML without a good tool, insist on
trying to put spaces in the element and attribute names...