jeremiah at facility9.com
Fri Jul 4 21:25:49 EDT 2003
That makes sense. I had an idea earlier this evening of possibly specifying
a flag in the constructor which allows the XhtmlTextWriter to produce 'pure'
or 'dirty' XHTML. By pure I of course mean the XHTML which you described
and is described in the link you pointed us to - text/xml. And dirty XHTML
would be the XHTML described in the XHTML Recommendation - Appendix C.
Does this seem feasible, or are you of the same opinion as the author that
HTML 4.01 should not be utilized until fully conformant XHTML user agents
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:: [mailto:mono-devel-list-admin at lists.ximian.com] On Behalf Of
:: Miguel de Icaza
:: Sent: Friday, July 04, 2003 2:45 PM
:: To: Ben Maurer
:: Cc: Gonzalo Paniagua Javier; Mono Development
:: Subject: Re: [Mono-devel-list] XhtmlTextWriter
:: Here is a better rationale that explains the problems,
:: and why Mono will not use an Xhtml text writer to generate
:: HTML web pages.
:: Notice that generating Xhtml for Xhtml consumers (embed
:: HTML into XML, for example RSS) is perfectly fine, and its
:: great that we have the code now.
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