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[ESW Wiki] Update of "its0601ReqInlineElements" by YvesSavourel

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Date: Tue, 14 Feb 2006 07:08:58 -0000
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http://esw.w3.org/topic/its0601ReqInlineElements


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  Two types of information are needed:
  
- 1- A way to distinguish elements that may hold text content, from elements that never have text content.
+ 1- A way to distinguish elements that may hold text content (a), from elements that never have text content (b).
  
- Example: The element <p> may hold text:
+ Example for (a): The element <p> may hold text:
  
  {{{<p>
   <b>This is bold.</b>
   <i>This is italic.</i>
  </p>}}}
  
- Example: The element <ul> should not hold text:
+ Example for (b): The element <ul> should not hold text:
  
  {{{<ul>
   <li>This is the first item.</li>
@@ -40, +40 @@

  </ul>}}}
  
  
- 2- A way to distinguish independent text content that is nested within another content, from text content that is part of its parent element's content.
+ 2- A way to distinguish independent text content that is nested within another content (c), from text content that is part of its parent element's content (d).
  
+ Examples for (c):
+ 
- Example: The text in <fn> is distinct from the text of <p>
+ A footnote in DITA: The text in <fn> is distinct from the text of <p>
  
  {{{<p>Palouse horses<fn callout="#">A Palouse horse is 
  the same as an Appaloosa.</fn> have spotted coats.</p>}}}
  
- '''[[FS-''' The problem here is that in some markup schemes <p> might be used as part of <fn>:
+ Or, a more complex case: a footnote in OpenDocument:
  
- {{{<p>Palouse horses<fn callout="#"><p>A Palouse horse is 
- the same as an Appaloosa.</p></fn> have spotted coats.</p>}}}
+ {{{...
+ <text:p text:style-name="Standard">
+  Palouse horses
+  <text:note text:id="ftn1" text:note-class="footnote">
+   <text:note-citation>1</text:note-citation>
+   <text:note-body>
+    <text:p text:style-name="Footnote">
+ A Palouse horse is the same as an Appaloosa.</text:p>
+   </text:note-body>
+  </text:note>
+  have spotted coats.</text:p>
+ ...}}}
  
- That is, a simple list of element names seems not to solve the problem of classifying elements.''']]'''
- 
- This corresponds to two distinct text runs:
+ Both examples corresponds to two distinct text runs:
  
   * Palouse horses have spotted coats.
   * A Palouse horse is the same as an Appaloosa.
  
+ 
- Example: The text in <term> is part of the text of <p>
+ Example for (d): The text in <term> is part of the text of <p>
  
  {{{<p><term>Palouse horses</term>
  have spotted coats.</p>}}}
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