[tei-council] Problem with Roma or ODD
wittern at kanji.zinbun.kyoto-u.ac.jp
Tue Sep 20 20:47:25 EDT 2005
Sebastian Rahtz <sebastian.rahtz at oucs.ox.ac.uk> writes:
> Christian Wittern wrote:
>>Thanks. Arrrgh. If you say so.
> you have to distinguish between authoring a module and
> authoring an extension schema.
Well, I thought it was obvious from the context. I say, I want to
change <app>. I then throw in a new @resp. Since there is no existing
@resp, it seemed obvious to me that the change consists of adding this
new attribute. Maybe I got too used to languages that attempt to
magically "do the right thing"...
>> How about putting an example of this in the
> surely there is one???
There is an example that changes <div> to use a closed valList for
@type and one that removes attributes from the linking module. Both
do make extensive use of the @mode attribute, so maybe that should be
enough to alert the reader to the fact that this might be necessary in
the case I was attempting. However, I wonder that if it is really
necessary, would'nt it be helpful if the Schema would say so and allow
a parser to indicate the problem?
All the best,
> Sebastian Rahtz
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