[tei-council] <valList> in <content> or alongside it?
laurent.romary at loria.fr
Tue Sep 8 10:17:47 EDT 2009
Just for the pleasure to contradict, I thought <valList> was one
possible way of expressing a content model, in its specific (ODD)
language. As a result, it should be situated within <content> just as
any relaxNg or schematron expression.
Le 8 sept. 09 à 16:09, David Sewell a écrit :
> What would be the effect of creating an <elementSpec> containing both
> <content> and <valList>? Would that mean a content model for the
> of "either (structure defined by <content>) or (value from value
> I can see theoretical use cases for that.
> In any case I would vote for extracting <valList> from <content> to
> become a child of <elementSpec>.
> On Sun, 6 Sep 2009, Sebastian Rahtz wrote:
>> Anyone else have fews on this fascinating topic?
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