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Re: [xml-dev] interpreting W3C C14N Rec.

On 2015-10-26 05:57, Steve Newcomb wrote:
 FYI: The reason I got into the XML canonicalization document is that
I was surprised to discover that Firefox dislikes carriage-returns and
linefeeds between attribute specs in start tags in HTML, at least in
that it can't trivially pre-discover certain info in certain <meta>
elements so represented.
The way to answer this for HTML documents is to look at the HTML 5 spec;
if it's not answered there, file a bug against HTML 5.1. If it is answered,
file a bug if browsers don't follow what it says.

For the XML syntax of HTML 5, the XML Rec (1.0 5e I think, but check the references in HTL 5) would be an appropriate reference.

Within attribute values themselves, of course, attribute value normalization applies when parsing XML.


Liam Quin, W3C
XML Activity Lead;
Digital publishing; HTML Accessibility

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