> So, there is no inherent XML equivalent to "PRE" in HTML?
I once heard Tim Bray say in a presentation that xml:space had been
added to XML 1.0 exactly because the Recommendation's authors felt that
HTML's PRE was indeed very useful.
At any rate, as Simon said, you shouldn't really have to do anything.
Unlike HTML, XML whitespace is supposed to be preserved, by default. If
your parser seems not to be doing that, then you can try to force it
using xml:space="preserve", as I suggested.
If that still doesn't work, well....
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