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- From: "Simon St.Laurent" <SimonStL@classic.msn.com>
- To: firstname.lastname@example.org
- Date: Wed, 22 Jul 98 16:06:58 UT
Carl Hage writes:
> To correct the problem, simply add <EnumerationValue> back in, e.g.
> <!ELEMENT XSC:AttDef (XSC:Doc?, XSC:More?, XSC:EnumerationValue*)>
Ron Bourret writes:
>I agree, although for a different reason. I've just gotten to writing
>this part of the code and have to admit that having to parse
>something the parser can parse for me makes me very grumpy indeed.
>Note that the EnumerationValue element is used by both enumerated
>attributes and notation attributes.
I have no objections to this; it seems to return some of the flexibility and
documentability we lost by moving to the attributes model, without bringing
back too much verbosity.
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