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Re: [xml-dev] Benefits of polyglot XHTML5

David Carlisle wrote:

> ..., however more useful in a ployglot context is to not place the
> entire script in a comment but just to place a CDATA section start tag
> in a (javascript) comment and not place the script inside a comment.
> <script>
> \\<![CDATA[
> a < b
> \\]]
> </script>
> works identically in html and xhtml, and is just banned in ployglot as
> the parse tree is not identical, even though the only difference is two
> javascript comments ignored by the javascript processor.

How can you write "however more useful in a polyglot context" and then
end up saying: "and is just banned in polyglot..."?

Does it mean that we should use it in polyglot anyway or what?

Jesper Tverskov

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