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Re: 2822upd-04 body content restrictions
Bruce Lilly wrote:
> Looking towards the future, ideally we won't be forced by today's
> decisions into a situation where there are once again umpteen
> widely-scattered documents that amend the basic IMF format in
> various ways. One way to avoid that undesirable scenario is to
> make at least the parse grammar as liberal as practical in
> accordance with the robustness principle.
Looking towards the future I'd pick "net-utf8" as a least common
denominator for line oriented data (not binary or XML). Net-utf8
would move any HTAB to "obs" (unless John changes this detail),
and move all CTL apart from CRLF, LF, HTAB, and FF to /dev/null.