ISSUE-186: Encoding of document vs. form of document?

Encoding of document vs. form of document?

State:
CLOSED
Product:
turtle
Raised by:
Addison Phillips
Opened on:
2012-09-07
Description:
Section 6. Refers to TURTLE documents as being encoded as UTF-8. In practice, UTF-8 is a serialization. The actually document should just be "a sequence of Unicode characters". This allows TURTLE processors to use whatever native Unicode processing scheme is most suitable. Cf. XML.
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  1. Review of track issues for best practices (Part VI) (from addison@lab126.com on 2015-04-17)
  2. Proposal to NOT address I18N-ISSUE-186: Encoding of document vs. form of document? (from eric@w3.org on 2013-01-25)
  3. Re: I18N-ISSUE-186: Encoding of document vs. form of document? (from duerst@it.aoyama.ac.jp on 2012-09-08)
  4. I18N-ISSUE-186: Encoding of document vs. form of document? (from sysbot+tracker@w3.org on 2012-09-07)

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Addison Phillips <addison@amazon.com>, Chair, Richard Ishida <ishida@w3.org>, Fuqiao Xue <xfq@w3.org>, Atsushi Shimono <atsushi@w3.org>, Staff Contacts
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