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Alessandro Triglia wrote:
> Don't "unexpanded entity references" address this?
No, it doesn't. That only applies to unexpanded entities in the element
content. The key sentence is "There is such an information item for each
unexpanded reference to an external general entity *within the content
of an element*." It does not apply to unexpanded entities in the
attribute values. SAX has the same problem. Dom, interestingly, does
not, because DOM allows attribute values to have children.
Elliotte Rusty Harold email@example.com
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