[whatwg] Space characters
ian at hixie.ch
Thu Jun 21 21:11:16 PDT 2007
On Sun, 17 Jun 2007, Henri Sivonen wrote:
> I see. If there's going to have to be a special XML incompatibility case
> for FF the second one for VT comes for free.
> I'm addressing this issue in my tokenizer implementation by allowing the
> user of the library to opt to make the tokenizer non-conforming but XML
> 1.0-compatible either by treating FF and VT as fatal errors or by
> mapping them to U+0020. As far as I can tell, in this case even the
> fatal error treatment is non-conforming, because FF and VT haven't been
> defined as parse errors.
Well, nothing stops you from having extra restrictions, especially if
they're optional. Seems like quite a reasonable feature to offer, to me.
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