[rfc-i] Representing Unicode in a draft

Henrik Levkowetz henrik at levkowetz.com
Fri Jan 17 09:35:25 PST 2020

Hi Mario,

On 2020-01-17 15:21, Mario Loffredo wrote:
> Dear,
> how can I represent Unicode characters in a draft written in XML?

It depends on what you want to express.  Depending on the use case, the
answer may be one of:

 - use the <u/> element
 - place them in <artwork/>
 - it cannot currently be done.

More on the options:


> I put them natively into an artwork/CDATA element but the PDF generated 
> by xml2rfc includes the corresponding code point values.

It sounds as if this should have worked; could you send me the xml file
that gave this result, please?


	Henrik (xml2rfc maintainer)

> I donwloaded RFC7997.xml that represents Unicode strings in the same way 
> and converted it into PDF by xml2rfc v3 but the result is similar.
> Is xml2rfc unable to convert Unicode characters or am I doing something 
> wrong?
> Best regards,
> Mario
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