Hi,

On Tue, 2003-08-19 at 16:19, Roman Joost wrote:

> AFAIK, you can't write german umlauts in xml files, which are utf-8
> encoded.

Well, of course you can. That's the whole point of UTF-8 encoding. It
provides a single encoding suitable for all languages so that they can
coexist in the same file. All XML-1.0 compatible tools must handle UTF-8
correctly and there is thus no need to use entities.


Sven

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