Subject: Whitespace (ODF 1.2 Pt 2)
Dear all, 5.14 ----b An embedded line break shall be represented by a single newline character (U+000A), not by a carriage return-linefeed pair. When embedded in an XML document the newline character is typically represented as "�A;". ----e * U+000A in not a newline character as stated, but a linefeed character (official name: 'LINE FEED (LF)') * Since XML processors are required to normalize CR/LF pairs, why is this common convention prohibited here? (see http://www.w3.org/TR/xml/#sec-line-ends) * "�A;" is not well-formed; should be "
" or " " * The LF character is arguably more "typically" represented as a single byte 0x0A in XML content - but maybe the second sentence adds nothing and would be better removed? - Alex.