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- From: Wayne Steele <email@example.com>
- To: firstname.lastname@example.org
- Date: Mon, 18 Sep 2000 14:50:11 -0700 (PDT)
I made a DTD for OPML:
<!ENTITY % date-time "(#PCDATA)*" > <!-- conforming to the Date and Time
Specification of RFC 822.-->
<!ENTITY % number "(#PCDATA)*" >
<!ENTITY % string "(#PCDATA)*" >
<!ELEMENT opml (head, body) >
version CDATA #IMPLIED> <!-- a version string, of the form, x.y, where x
and y are both numeric strings.-->
<!ELEMENT head ( title?, dateCreated?, dateModified?,
ownerName?, ownerEmail?, expansionState?, vertScrollState?,
windowTop?, windowLeft?, windowBottom?, windowRight? ) >
<!ELEMENT title (#PCDATA)* > <!--the title of the document.-->
<!ELEMENT dateCreated %date-time; > <!--a date-time, indicating when the
document was created.-->
<!ELEMENT dateModified %date-time;> <!--a date-time, indicating when the
document was last modified.-->
<!ELEMENT ownerName %date-time; > <!--a string, the owner of the document.
<!ELEMENT ownerEmail %date-time; > <!--a string, the email address of the
owner of the document.-->
<!ELEMENT expansionState (#PCDATA)* >
a comma-separated list of line numbers that are expanded.
The line numbers in the list tell you which headlines to expand.
The order is important.
For each element in the list, X, starting at the first summit, navigate
flatdown X times and expand.
Repeat for each element in the list.
<!ELEMENT vertScrollState %number; >
a number, saying which line of the outline is displayed on the top line of
This number is calculated with the expansion state already applied.
<!ELEMENT windowTop %number; > <!-- a number, the pixel location of the
top edge of the window.-->
<!ELEMENT windowLeft %number; > <!-- a number, the pixel location of the
left edge of the window.-->
<!ELEMENT windowBottom %number; > <!-- a number, the pixel location of the
bottom edge of the window.-->
<!ELEMENT windowRight %number; > <!-- a number, the pixel location of the
right edge of the window.-->
<!ELEMENT body (outline)+ >
<!ELEMENT outline (outline)* >
<!ENTITY % OtherAttributes " " >
text CDATA #IMPLIED
type CDATA #IMPLIED
isComment (true|false) false
isBreakpoint (true|false) false
text is the string of characters that's displayed when the outline is being
browsed or edited.
type is a string, it says how the other attributes of the <outline> are
isComment indicates whether the outline is commented or not.
By convention if an outline is commented, all subordinate outlines are
considered to be commented as well.
isBreakpoint indicates whether a breakpoint is set on this outline.
This attribute is mainly necessary for outlines used to edit scripts that
You can add whatever other attributes on the outline element you want.
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