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Emacs - Time-stanp:

From: Rick Stanley
Subject: Emacs - Time-stanp:
Date: Wed, 04 Oct 2006 14:15:21 -0400


In trying to use the emacs Time-stamp: in writing some XHTML/CSS code, I
used the following:

<meta name="revised" content="Time-stamp: <2006-10-04 13:55:39 rick>" />

This will not pass the W3C XHTML or CSS validators, for a '<' or '>'
being embedded within an XML attribute .

The only way I could get Time-stamp: to work was to comment out the
whole line:

<!--  <meta name="revised" content="Time-stamp: &lt;2006-10-04 13:55:39
rick&gt;" /> -->

The Time-stamp: works, but I loose the 'revised' Meta Data.

I would like to see '&lt;' and '&gt;' be recognized along with the
current '<>' and '""' deliminators for Time-stamp:, or some other
deliminator that conforms to valid characters as data inside of an XML

Thank you!

Rick Stanley

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