(=FOO .. FOO=)
<?FOO .. FOO?>
-- LJ::ehtml is all we need to escape. No LJ::eall crap.
-- everybody else is doing it (using <? stuff)... PHP, Mason?, etc, etc, etc... it's kinda the accepted server-parse delimiter now. since i don't give a shit what we use, we could change.
Necessary code change: one or two regexps in the BML parser. We could even make it a bmlp.cfg option to accept either or both syntaxes, for the transitional period.
Votes for and against?
Update: We'd keep LJ::ebml, but only use it for times when we want HTML allowed, but not BML. LJ::eall would eventually die.