I mention this only because it is an issue that should be addressed: personally it seems more of a pain than anything else. Text that I use to construct the contents of the documentation tag <documentation> This is the text I mean </documentation> occasionally has embedded html in it, mostly the <b></b> and <i></i> needed to do paper references. These tags are technically illegal in our xml document, so I am supposed to change the < and > to an entity and then it will parse. That, however, changes the meaning of the string, i.e. HTML no longer thinks they are tags, either. I could take the tags out, but then I lose meaning, albeit not a lot. So could we allow some formatting in the documentation? Alternatively, can we allow meaningless tags as far as XML is concerned? Benno
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