Re: draft-klensin-net-utf8-06

Bill McQuillan <McQuilWP@pobox.com> Tue, 16 October 2007 16:40 UTC

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In section 2.1, I understand that the ONLY way to indicate the end of a
line, for text parsing purposes, is the pair <CRLF>. Any other appearance
of either CR or LF, whether or not allowed by a SHOULD, MUST NOT be
considered to be a "line-ending" and only can be considered as text mark
up.

For example, this<LF>
                  sentence is a single, malformed line.<CRLF>

Right?



A typo: Appendix B, bullet 4, penultimate line:

  interpreted as one or spaces, but, in general, it cannot be
                       ^
                       more

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Bill McQuillan <McQuilWP@pobox.com>