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Re: [XHTML2] Unicode line and paragraph separators

From: Simon Jessey <simon@jessey.net>
Date: Sat, 5 Apr 2003 19:45:44 -0500
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----- Original Message -----
From: "Tantek Çelik" <tantek@cs.stanford.edu>
To: "Ian Hickson" <ian@hixie.ch>
Subject: Re: [XHTML2] Unicode line and paragraph separators

> > With XHTML1, that was encouraged by the specs explicitly allowing it. I
> > hope it will not be encouraged with XHTML2.
> It doesn't matter whether it will be encouraged or not - people will do it
> if they can get it to "work".
> As evidence, note that it was _not_ encouraged for people to do that with
> XHTML 1.1, but they are doing so anyway, more and more.
> Tantek

I've been doing precisely that for some time, despite the fact that it is
'considered harmful'. I am not so sure I am likely to jump into using XHTML
2.0 quite so quickly, though. To my mind it seems rather strict and perhaps
not ideal for creating rich web content. Nevertheless, I agree with Tantek
in that I think many will make use of it before user agents exist than can
handle it.

Simon Jessey

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