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? suffix for empty attributes optional
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Maud no longer requires
?after an empty attribute. For example, this code
can now be written as
The old syntax is still allowed, but soft-deprecated. It will be removed in some future release (TBD).
?was necessary back when braces were optional, such that a bare identifier (e.g.
title) could mean either an attribute or an element.
But with #137 making braces mandatory, there's no need for the
?anymore – it is perfectly unambiguous without it.