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Monday, February 06, 2012

< tags with words breaking XML rules >

<tag some attributes>
...
...
</tag>
 e.g.

<test expected-time="10min" start="">



</test elapsed-time=5min>

--
<tags that occupy a line by themselves are fairly clear/>

and, if so restricted, allowing < and > inside text is simple.



<tag>on same line</tag> and <more/>
no so bad.  But tyhe morte allowed, the more possibilities for confusion.

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