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David Carlisle wrote:
> My reading was that < _is_ defined in utf8+names as it _is_ defined in
> html and mathml but the result is still that the result is well formed,
> but has utf8+names expansion < rather than <.
You're partially right, < is defined by old-fashioned (SGML-based)
HTML but it's *not* defined by XHTML or MathML. That's because it's
wired into XML so XHTML gets it for free. So it is *definitely* not
defined in UTF-8+names, and the I-D should say that.
Cheers, Tim Bray (http://www.tbray.org/ongoing/)