[uf-discuss] include pattern question

Scott Reynen scott at randomchaos.com
Sun Jun 11 11:30:10 PDT 2006

On Jun 11, 2006, at 1:03 PM, Michael Leikam wrote:

> As I understand it, well-formed XHTML is required when
> authoring content because it needs to be rendered by user
> agents (e.g., browsers) in a human-friendly way *and*
> parsable by XML tools (like Brians X2V parser, which uses
> XSLT to reformat the content).  If these conditions were
> not required, we could author content in HTML or XML.
> Why does your parser need to have valid XHTML input instead
> of working with valid XML?  If you loosen your input
> requirement for the parser, you can do your inclusions
> first and pass valid XML (but invalid XHTML) to your
> parser.

Oops.  I was mixing up two different tools I'm working on.  My  
current parser does only require valid XML, so disregard my question.


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