[tei-council] invalid examples allowed in Guidelines?

Laurent Romary laurent.romary at inria.fr
Tue Jan 11 10:56:26 EST 2011

This brings us back to my proposal that we need to say explicitly that  
an example (or a portion thereof) needs to be validated or nor (and  
whether our tools can implement this feature or not).

Le 11 janv. 11 à 16:47, Lou Burnard a écrit :

> On 11/01/11 15:39, Sebastian Rahtz wrote:
>> I worry a lot that the CDATA route is the slippery downhill one
>> which leads us back to the slough we have dragged ourselves from.
>> We really do want a check that<entry>  is an allowed child of<div>,
>> and is not spolt<Entry>  and is well-formed. The CDATA method
>> loses more than it gains.
> well, maybe. I agree that it is a method that needs to be used very
> carefully certainly.
>> I think we need some other notation to express your ticks, to let  
>> you say
>>  "entries occur inside divs" and have that shown graphically to the  
>> reader.
> I agree that we need some way of saying <!-- any valid content here  
> -->
> I don't agree that providing (but hiding) some specific valid  
> content is
> the right answer. That seems just to dodge the issue.
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