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(Good diagnostics would have cost space, which this processor chose not to spend that way.) There seems to be a pattern where the processor expects a quoted string of some kind, and is surprised by what it found instead.
The bulk of this processor's nonconformance lies in the fact that it consciously avoids checking for certain errors, to reduce size and to some extent to increase speed.For example, syntax that looks like a parameter entity reference but is found inside of a comment should be ignored, but isn't.The XML spec itself uses such constructs in its DTD, but its errata haven't yet been updated to address the issue of exactly where parameter entities get expanded and where they don't.That's significant since the result was rejecting many of the XML documents which used non-English characters. Well over half of the falsely rejected documents (and significant numbers of the incorrectly rejected ones) are cases where the processor Lark is one of the older XML processors still in use.It was written by Tim Bray, one of the editors of the XML specification, in conjunction with that specification, partly to establish that the specification was in fact implementable. This processor rejects a few too many documents which it should accept, and doesn't produce the correct output in a number of cases.
While it has not been updated in some time, it is still widely used.