The changes I consider substantive from a parsing viewpoint are the
<lt> to << change, ...
I particularly agree with this. << introduces "special case"
logic that I think we could avoid. It's a state machine; keep it simple.
I don't understand the meaning of <verbatim>. If it is just a
way to turn off "reflow", then fine ... great! In fact, it's reasonable
for enclosing indentions to affect such a <verbatim>. But if it is a way
to temporarily suspend interpretation, YUK! Another "special case",
but with a *really* ugly k-map. Nastier than <<.
Rick Troth <troth(_at_)rice(_dot_)edu>, Rice University, Information Systems