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Annoying problem: embedded HTML



> > That certainly makes sense in the abstract:  my particular example is
> >
> > <documentation>KAPLAN Indices:  of RSA_MOHSST5; from Kaplan et al. 1998:
> > <i>JGR</i>, <b>103</b>, 18,567-18,589, and  Cane et al. 1997: 
> > <i>Science</i>,
> > <b>275</b>, 957--960, and those related to them</documentation>
> >
> > which does not seem to rate a separate page.


        How about something akin to the markups done on certain Web BBS pages.
Hopefully they would be ignored by the XML parser and passed through to an
application that could then convert the markups to HTML.  Taking your example,
it could look like this:

<documentation>KAPLAN Indices:  of RSA_MOHSST5; from Kaplan et al. 1998:
[i]JGR[/i], [b]103[/b], 18,567-18,589, and  Cane et al. 1997:
[i]Science[/i],
[b]275[/b], 957--960, and those related to them</documentation>

        Would this potentially conflict with array references?  Is that even a
concern?

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