Michael Stahl <> changed:

           What    |Removed                     |Added
             Status|UNCONFIRMED                 |NEW
          Component|Writer                      |filters and storage
            Version| release             |Inherited From OOo
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     Ever confirmed|0                           |1

--- Comment #15 from Michael Stahl <> ---
thanks for reminding me of this.

apparently nothing changed here between OOo 3.3 and current master.

this is all rather confusing so i'm not quite sure i understand it.

is whitespace directly following <text:s> allowed at all?

6.1.3 <text:s>
The <text:s> element is used to represent the [UNICODE] character “ “ (U+0020,
This element shall be used to represent the second and all following “ “
(U+0020, SPACE) characters in a sequence of “ “ (U+0020, SPACE) characters.

doesn't a space character following the <text:s> violate the "shall" wording
above, and it should be something like this?

  <span>a </span><s c="2"/><span>b</span>
  <span>a </span><s/><span><s/>b</span>

or does "sequence" imply there are no opening or closing XML tags between the

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