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Re: Some text that may be useful for the update of RFC 2376
In message "Re: Some text that may be useful for the update of RFC 2376",
Chris Lilley wrote...
>Thus, for any XML file which is not encoded in US-ASCII, text/xml is an
>inappropriate choice of MIME type. Silent data corruption can and will
If I use UTF-8 or UTF-16 and provide the charset parameter, no data
corruption will occur.
>For all international xml files (noting that in this context, the USA is
>international too due to the widespread use of Spanish, and the wide numbe
>rof other languages in use), a type such as application/xml is the correct
>choice, unless ther eis a more specific non-text type available.
If an XML document is readable for casual users, satisfies
restrictions of the top-level media type "text", and does not require
special dispatching, "text/xml" is the most appropriate media type.
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