From: Doug Ewell (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Date: Tue Oct 22 2002 - 02:56:46 EDT
From the UTC 92 / L2 189 minutes:
> August 23, 2002
> Unicode Technical Reports - Compression
> [92-C23] Consensus: Add a definition of "XML Suitable" and a
> recommendation that SCSU encoders should be "XML Suitable".
> [92-A46] Action Item for Markus Scherer, Editorial Committee:
> Post a proposed update to Unicode Technical Standard #6 A
> Standard Compression Scheme for Unicode, adding the update on
> "XML Suitable". [L2/02-262]
OK, so what the heck does "XML Suitable" mean? How can I determine
whether my SCSU encoder is "XML Suitable," or fix it so it will be?
(Yes, I do know what XML is.)
I don't need the lawyer-final wording just yet, but I would like some
rough idea what this new recommendation is.
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