From: Nikolai Grigoriev (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Date: Mon Mar 01 2004 - 01:56:21 PST
> Please note entity reference
at the end of each line. I agree that
> this is quite uncommon, but software which I use to produce FO do it
> this way. Line endings in my FO file are Unix ones (<LF>). I thought
followed by <LF> will be treated as <CR> <LF> and thus
> normalized to single <LF> at the XML parsing time.
Not exactly. Linefeed normalization occurs _before parsing_,
and only involves CR and LF _characters_: see XML spec,
section 2.11. An explicit
entity will be resolved to the
respective Unicode character during the parsing (i.e. after
the whitespace normalization), and delivered to the application
in a regular fashion.
> But XEP inserts blank line between lines in my listing. That leads
> me to the conclusion that both
and <LF> are treated as newlines,
> not as just one newline.
Yes, we don't perform linefeed normalization _inside_ XEP:
a newline is generated when the SAX parser delivers one of
U+000A, U+000D, U+2028, or U+2029 (unless it is swallowed
by the effect of 'linefeed-treatment' processing).
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