On Thu, 11 Nov 2004 23:40:09 +0900, James Britt
<jamesunderbarb / neurogami.com> wrote:
> > I don't see the point: the reason I've put it all into a YAML file is
> > that it's easier to edit it there, rather than in your source code.
> I'm thinking that editing that YAML file directly means that as you add
> or remove things you have to check that you're dealing with all the
> valid XHTML items you might want.  Once you delete something, how do you
> know, sometime later, that it is an option that could be restored, other
> than perhaps looking through a DTD.  Having a base that is always
> complete, with edits overlaid,  makes it easier to rollback to the most
> tolerant sanitization.

How about keeping different versions of the yaml file? And once again,
you don't have to overload API for something you can do directly, the
way I've shown.

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Dmitry Borodaenko