Re: [xml] Line-end Normalisation

On Wed, Jul 18, 2001 at 02:13:46PM +0200, Igor  Zlatkovic wrote:
as #xA#xA. Saving it again produces #xD#xA#xD#xA line-ends on the disk.
At this point line ends are duplicated and the phenomenon continues from
the beginning: each #xD#xA pair becomes #xD#xD#xA... and so on.

  Urgh ...

Now, the question is: What is to do? Does libxml2 require all strings in
memory to have #xA line-delimiters?

  That's one thing. It could be handled by the escaping routines internally
or on the client code.
  I think that there is a 'b' flag to add to open() to avoid the conversion
by the libraries, this should probably be checked too.


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Sep 17-18 2001 Brussels Red Hat TechWorld

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