[Standards] <[CDATA[ in XMPP

Mickaël Rémond mickael.remond at process-one.net
Mon Jul 30 23:39:34 UTC 2007


Le 31 juil. 07 à 01:18, Rachel Blackman a écrit :

> Not that I disagree that XMPP should be defined as a rational  
> subset of XML, rather than including the whole spec, but... this  
> seems to be needlessly splitting hairs, to me.
> Correct me if I'm wrong, but the definition of XMPP is that you / 
> restart the stream/ when you get an opening <stream> element (such  
> as after starttls or whatever).  Given that the stream starts over  
> with the new <stream>, the complete XML stream is indeed still a  
> complete and valid document.
> (I assume that for the sake of sanity -- and given that at that  
> point the /entire stream/ is encrypted -- we can assume that a  
> stream would be decrypted before being validated.)

I completly agree. XMPP define a logical wrapper that makes the  
manipulated XML apparently correct.
We are on the same page, Rachel :)

Mickaël Rémond

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