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"M. Fioretti":


There's no such thing as 'open format'. Any format can only slavishly describe its reference implementation. There is no reference implementation for ODF, except a monstrous ***Office, which was mostly written in German in early 90's. So if you say 'format', you say 'implementation'.

Moreover, is the document is 'formatted with spaces', it is so trivial in any format, so interoperability is not the problem.

P.S. Why do people like to state that ODF with magically solve the problem with space/CR positioning or hard linebreaks?

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