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      When #OPTION('writeInlineContent', true); is used writing a field with
      XPATH('Name/<>') will output the string without XML/JSON encoding
      the content. This allows users to insert arbitrary XML/JSON into
      the output.

      Also works with sets of strings XPATH('SetName/Name/<>').

      There are 3 forms:
      '<>' Writes the content without a root tag. Reading reads all
      content of parent.
      'Name<>' Writes the content without a tag. Reading reads the
      content of the tag .
      'Name/<>' Writes the content inside . Reading reads the
      content of the tag .

      Also fixes generated schemas to indicate locations where arbitrary
      content might appear.

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              jamesdefabia Jim DeFabia
              Reporter:
              afishbeck Anthony Fishbeck
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