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From "Berin Loritsch" <>
Subject Re: cvs commit: xml-cocoon/xdocs/dtd document-v10.dtd
Date Thu, 05 Oct 2000 16:31:45 GMT
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Subject: cvs commit: xml-cocoon/xdocs/dtd document-v10.dtd

> stefano     00/10/04 14:50:18
>   Modified:    xdocs/dtd Tag: xml-cocoon2 document-v10.dtd
>   Log:
>   synched DTD with C1
>   +  19991129 Made "author" empty and moved "name|email" as attributes. (SM)
>   +  19991215 Simplified table section. (SM)
>   +  19991215 Changed "img-block" in more friendly "figure". (SM)
>   +  20000125 Added the "icon" image. (SM)
>   +  20000126 Allowed "anchor" in all levels. (SM)
>   +  20000404 Removed the "role" attribute from common-xxx.att. (SM)
>   +  20000815 Allowed "code" inside "strong" and "em". (SM)

What about allowing %links; inside of em, strong, code, etc.

One thing I ran into on the Avalon docs was when I converted the HTML
docs to the XML docs, we had a construct like this:

<em>written by <a href="">Berin Loritsch</a>.</em>

In order to use the document-v10.dtd in Cocoon (which I started with)
I had to rewrite it like this:

<em>writeen by </em><link href=""><em>Berin

As you can plainly see, it is very messy--but accomplishes the same thing.
To get around it, I allowed the links to be children of the markup so I could
write it like this:

<em>written by <link href="">Berin Loritsch</link>.</em>

Much more clean.

Of course, I removed that construct altogether at a later date--because every document
that has authors displays links to the author under the title.

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