Re: More on RE/RS
>>Could you picture a trivial variant of SGMLNORM (XMLNORM?) that brackets
>>data and solves the RE/RS/whitespace problem properly?
>Sure I could picture it. It's always in the back of my mind as an option
>should XML turn out too strange. With OmniMark in my back pocket and the
>tremendous potential of Jade round the corner, I feel strangely secure.
>(By the way, shouldn't we all chip in and take out an insurance policy
Can you imagine a trivial variant of XMLNORM that tranforms an XML
instance that obeys the "No insignificant RE" to an SGML document that
would have exactly the same post parse representation?