[XML-SIG] Re: [Zope] - Re: [XML-SIG] RE: [Zope] - XML-style DTML code
Christopher G. Petrilli
Fri, 29 Jan 1999 10:26:52 -0500
On Fri, Jan 29, 1999 at 10:07:40AM -0500, Fred L. Drake wrote:
> Paul Everitt writes:
> > <font size="<!--#var font_size-->">
> >which is legal, would become:
> This is legal: The "<!--#var font_size-->" is the CDATA value of
> the size attribute, not a comment.
Right this is the current scheme (note that this is one use of the DTML
command set that is embedded in an HTML tag, a lot aren't). And this is
also how I read the sstandard.
> > <font size="<?ztml #var arg ?>">
> >which *not* valid XML...is it? That is, can you have markup inside
> The "<?ztml #var arg ?>" is a perfectly valid string value of the
> size attribute, just as before.
Wouldn't the DTD restrict the use of < inside? I thoguht the spec
required that except inside a couple things ... like PIs... that the <
and & characters must be escaped?
> > <font size="&arg;">
> In neither SGML nor XML can markup be nested like this. The use of
> entities is the proper way to do this in either case. Perhaps a
> processing tool needs to be available which can perform "entity
> expansion" for specified entity names only?
I'm confused by what you mean here, being a newbie to XMLish things.
| Christopher Petrilli