When I include URLs in HTML for a web page, I do NOT have to convert &
into & when it is part of a URL. I have to do that only when I want
a literal & as part of the text.
Using your argument, I should also have to convert < to < which I
clearly should not have to do -- even your correction didn't do it.
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XQDoc doesn't handle & in URLs
Status in Zorba - The XQuery Processor:
If one has a URL within XQDoc documentation that contains a &, e.g.:
: When using the WordNet implementation,
: Zorba supports all of the relationships (and their abbreviations)
: specified by
the parser complains:
can not parse as XML for xqdoc: loader parsing error: EntityRef: expecting ';'
; raised at
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