[tei-council] a proposal for a change to ODD (copy of ticket I just put in SF)

Laurent Romary laurent.romary at loria.fr
Tue Mar 9 04:45:10 EST 2010

May I mention that I don't see the point of xi:include. We need a  
mechanism wher we can refer to an example anyplace within a document  
with just a reference to it. Something similar to specDesc (egRef?),  
with the appropriate attribute(s) (key or target mechanism)

Le 9 mars 10 à 10:13, Sebastian Rahtz a écrit :

> re: repository of examples, I don't see that we need do anything
> to let people use it. we have <xi:include> which can do the job fine,
> no?
>> I'd be tempted to say that an ODD should maybe check simply that  
>> all the
>> elements in an example are present for the current schema, and if not
>> add a comment to the example indicating it might be out of date  
>> because
>> element <foo> is no longer included in the schema.  That seems like  
>> it
>> would be much more straightforward to program, doesn't remove the
>> example, but warns the user that it may be inaccurate.
> that doesnt make me _very_ happy. "we've found a problem but we cant
> fix it, so hey just have it anyway" seems unfriendly. but I agree,  
> programmable.
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