RE: [xml-dev] version numbers and infosets

> > Why not try that minimal solution first, and see if it works?
> > 
> > (And why not do it as a corrigendum rather than 1.1)
> I keep telling you why.  Because it changes the definition of 
> well-formedness. A document like "<foo<NEL>bar=baz> is not WF 
> XML 1.0, but it is WF XML 1.1.
You could do it without changing the definition of well-formedness by
saying that the set of characters considered to be whitespace, and
normalized as such, is a property of the encoding.

Michael Kay
Software AG

Received on Friday, 26 July 2002 11:28:40 UTC