[Sorry for hijacking an unrelated reply] >*Addition to 13.5 Preferred documentation formats: > >HTML documents, if in encoding other than us-ascii, must >have in their header an appropriate META tag describing the used encoding. Shouldn't that be "iso-8859-1 (latin1)" instead of "us-ascii"? As, IIRC, that is the official default encoding for HTML (according to RFC2854/RFC2616). I'm unsure about the must/should, though... I mean, "should" should also be stuff that's not really critical, right? But a document that I can't even get any reader to read due to not knowing which encoding it's in (BTW, I liked your story about the ECMA-cyrillic doc ;-) is not non-critical. But IANADD anyway... Bye, J -- Jürgen A. Erhard email@example.com phone: (GERMANY) 0721 27326 MARS: http://members.tripod.com/Juergen_Erhard/mars_index.html Debian GNU/Linux (http://www.debian.org) pros do it for money -- amateurs out of love.
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