Francis Hwang wrote:
> Well, as far as I know every single version of RSS has at least one 
> glaring problem: It underspecifies what you're supposed to do if you 
> want to send XML tags in your <description>. So you end up doing bloody 
> awful things like actually _escaping_ your XML tags, and if you write a 
> blog about, say, XML (there are a few, I think), and you're emitting 
> escaped XML markers in your RSS code, you actually have to 
> _double-escape_ them to get them to show up in most aggregators:

Don't CDATA sections do it for you?

  <item>
  <description>
   <![CDATA[
    Remember, when you're switching to XHTML, the BR tag needs to be
    self-closing: <br />
   ]]>
  </description>
  </item>



James