RE: [Uri-review] [hybi] ws: and wss: schemes

Ian, you are already going out of your way to make HTML back into XML.  You
are swimming against the current.  A noble exercise, I must admit, but
hardly worth the effort in this case :-)

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Subject: Re: [Uri-review] [hybi] ws: and wss: schemes

> The source file that you feed into xml2rfc is an XML file using the 
> RFC2629bis syntax. You control that file. Put into it what you need.

There's no such file; the XML is generated by a script and posted straight 
to the xml2rfc Web service. I have every intention of keeping this as 
automatic as possible; I already have to go out of my way to make the 
references to [WEBADDRESSES] and [HTML5] work, I really don't want to have 
to start doing the same for IETF documents when I don't actually have to.

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