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- From: "John E. Simpson" <email@example.com>
- To: firstname.lastname@example.org
- Date: Wed, 11 Nov 1998 15:43:40 -0500
Thanks for the reply, Tim.
>Yes, that's a plausible scenario in which a defaulted ID attribute
>might be useful. Sorry... XML rules it out.
As I understood (but hoped otherwise -- or at least hoped that there'd be
some trick to accomplish the same goal, without having to create
app-specific attributes like Sref to do it).
>As for my having defaulted the "target" attribute in the annotated
>spec, the "target" is the *same* on every annotation, that's why
>it's defaulted. Nothing could be more different from an ID attribute.
Yeah, but.... In an element tree in which many elements at the top layer
must be one-of-a-kind, the target would be the same for every
cross-reference, too. So why not default it (or so I thought) with a fixed
I hesitate to call this an idee fixe. Probably should have hesitated a bit
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