Tres Seaver wrote at 2007-1-16 10:39 -0500:
>As you speculated, this is actually my preference, except that I don't
>see the need to in scenario D to recode the data and strip the prolog
>encoding attribute. Why wouldn't we just use the XML template's own
>declared encoding to encode any data subsituted into the template?
Maybe, because an XML template "T1" using encoding "e1"
uses a macro from template "T2" encoded with "e2"?
Or maybe, because in such a case some values passed into the macro
(e.g. the splots) cannot be encoded in "e2"?
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