Arved Sandstrom wrote:
> An Expr can be a Literal, the production for which is
> '"' [^"]* '"'
> | "'" [^']* "'"
> If I look at the first alternative,
> '"' [^"]* '"'
> it seems to me that I have pretty considerable leeway, and "-" isn't ruled
> out at all.

Erm, the expression is supposed to be inside the XML attribute quotes,
for example hyphenation-char="'-'" would be ok (literal, second
production), but hyphenation-char="-" does not match the literal
production, nor any other (except "operator"). Unless I missed
something, of course.


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