Aredridel,

I was poking around in the RSS 1.0 spec and didn't see anything about 
rdf:parseType. Is that just something standard with all RDF docs? (I 
don't use RDF much myself.)

F.

On Nov 13, 2004, at 1:26 AM, Aredridel wrote:

>>>> 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:
>
> RSS 1.0 defines that. rdf:parseType='xmlliteral', or enclose in CDATA
> or escaped entities. The first is preferred if the content is XML as
> well.
>