[tei-council] the constraint element (long)
laurent.romary at loria.fr
Fri Mar 27 01:47:12 EDT 2009
I would not support <desc> since it seems that descriptive prose are
part of each constraint.
As a matter of fact, reading Sebastian's message, it occured to me
that the element should rather be <constraints> or <constraintGrp>
then <constraint>, since we would list there all applicable constraints.
Le 26 mars 09 à 23:32, Sebastian Rahtz a écrit :
> David Sewell wrote:
>> Just a couple of questions:
>> (1) From the content model below, it looks like <head> is required
>> as a
>> first child of <content>, but the first example has no <head>.
>> Should it
>> be optional?
> it is optional, as it refers to a model class
>> (2) Why <head> rather than <desc>? (not a big deal, just
> true. I am not sure which is better.
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