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Author peter.otten
Recipients arturcz, eric.araujo, loewis, peter.otten, serhiy.storchaka
Date 2014-02-24.09:27:37
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Perhaps a look at the competition is still in order: Java silently breaks such an invalid CDATA in two, as suggested. says
No lexical check is done on the content of a CDATA section and it is therefore possible to have the character sequence "]]>" in the content, which is illegal in a CDATA section per section 2.7 of [XML 1.0]. The presence of this character sequence must generate a fatal error during serialization or the cdata section must be splitted before the serialization (see also the parameter "split-cdata-sections" in the DOMConfiguration interface).

The change Artur suggested would be covered by this.
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