From: Eric Muller (email@example.com)
Date: Wed Mar 21 2007 - 08:38:33 CST
> There is a similarity to compatibility here, I agree if VS have been
> there from the start, no one would have suggested using compatibility
> glyphs. However VS have the same problem they can be normailised out,
> making round tripping difficult, if not impossible after normalisation.
Not "normalization" proper, but rather "removal of default ignorable".
That second operation is vastly more unlikely than normalization. For
example, the W3C recommends the (early) normalization of XML documents
but they certainly don't advocate that default ignorable be removed.
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