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Re: [xml-dev] Victory has been declared in the schema wars ...

Henry S. Thompson wrote:

> So I've been trying to get my head around this, and reading the HTML5
> parsing spec. [1].  I don't by any means understand it all as yet, but
> I don't see any basis for what you say above.  Could you give an
> example HTML5 document where repair requires removing elements?  All
> the fixups I see in the parsing spec. are insertions (or ignoring of
> unexpected end tags). . .
> 


Events are moving quickly. Between the time I read the spec and you read 
it, there have been several changes that now make well-formed HTML 5 
more plausible. Previously there was no empty-element tag syntax, and 
end-tags were forbidden on void elements such as img, br, and meta.

Empty-element tags are still problematic on non-void elements, and there 
are some other issues; but they're just annoying, not crippling.


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