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Genjix, March 3, 2005 in General and Gameplay Programming
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Quote:Original post by Genjix^^
Quote:Original post by d000hgQuote:Original post by Genjix^^What does this mean?From the little I've used it I see no option to do this. It is probably something you could modify in the source in a few minutes though - you'd need to alter FirstChild() and the Attribute() methods although I'd recommend changing it so using it normally it works as before. ie pass through a bool specifying case-sensitivity which defaults to true.
Quote:XML is case-sensitive.
Quote:Original post by markrPlease DO NOT make your XML parser case-insensitive. This would make it accept badly-formed XML documents, as the following XML is not well-formed:<test></TEST>Instead, make your application case-insensitive in its treatment of element and attribute names. That way you still only accept well-formed XML.Mark
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