Troy A. Griffitts
Fri, 08 Aug 2003 10:10:41 -0700
Chris suggested that we possibly make use of the xml:space attribute. I
think it is a great suggestion. I would like to be able to define
xml:space at the top of my doc and set it to whatever value it must be
set so that the application DOESN'T strip whitespace.
Troy A. Griffitts wrote:
> Hey guys,
> We've run into an interesting dilemma lately that I would like your
> input on.
> If the body of an OSIS document contained excerpt like this:
> <seg osisID="entry">
> This is an entry. I was just going to make 2 points:
> o this is point 1
> o and this is point 2
> What would be acceptable handling / rendering?
> 1) the initial indent. Is it acceptable to remove tabs?
> 2) the return after the first line. Is it acceptable to remove \n
> 3) the double space after the first sentence. Can be remove?
> 4) the manual indentation and \n of point 1 and 2. ?
> (I DON'T WANT RECOMMENDATION ON HOW THIS _SHOULD_ BE MARKED UP)
> I'm looking for input on how to handle whitespace.
> Thanks for your time.
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