Am Montag, 19. November 2007 schrieb Tom Lane:
> Maybe, but "HTML-type" is an unhelpful description.  Isn't there a more
> general markup standard that subsumes both HTML and XML?  (I seem to
> recall that SGML might be that, but not sure.)

I think "XML tag" would actually cover anything that would be valid as an HTML 
tag.  (As opposed to the fact that an XML document is not a superset of an 
HTML document.)

SGML might be too broad.  It would require us to recognize "</>" and "<>" and 
perhaps a few other odd things.

Peter Eisentraut

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