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Subject: Re: [xliff-comment] Storing characters outside the XML characterrange in XLIFF.
On Wed, 2006-10-18 at 12:37 +0200, Jan-Arve SÃ¦ther wrote: Hi Jean-Arve, > Is it possible to store characters such as backspace (0x08) or BEL > (0x07) in the <source> and <target> tag in an XLIFF document > by using a special kind of tag, or do I have to use my own tag in my own > namespace? > > According to the XML spec, an XML document is not valid if it contains > one of these. (More precisely, only #x09 (TAB), #x0A and #x0D are the > allowed characters in the #x00-#x1F range). XLIFF files are XML documents and as such they must conform to XML rules. You will have to replace backspace and bell characters with tags or use characters from the Unicode private range [E000-F8FF] to represent them. Best regards, Rodolfo M. Raya Heartsome -- The information in this e-mail is intended strictly for the addressee, without prejudices, as a confidential document. Should it reach you, not being the addressee, it is not to be made accessible to any other unauthorised person or copied, distributed or disclosed to any other third party as this would constitute an unlawful act under certain circumstances, unless prior approval is given for its transmission. The content of this e-mail is solely that of the sender and not necessarily that of Heartsome.