On 26. Apr 2007, at 05:21, Joshua Scott Emmons wrote:
Please also note that the bases for this grammar is text.xml.mxml
instead of source.mxml. It seems to me that, being XML, MXML is
more properly text than source. But again, that's just one guy's
opinion. If you all think it should be source, that's easy to
change with a search-and-replace ;-)
Source is for when text (in the file) is always marked with string
quotes, comment markers, here-doc tokens, or similar .
So yes, MXML should be text (from what I understand).
 A special case is the old-style property list format. This
supports unquoted strings, but they are not the norm, and arbitrary
text cannot be unquoted, so this one is source.