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[Bug 4772] add keyword substitution in smlerr localized messages?

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Date: Mon, 10 Dec 2007 19:19:51 +0000
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popescu@ca.ibm.com changed:

           What    |Removed                     |Added
           Keywords|editorial                   |needsReview
   Target Milestone|---                         |LC

------- Comment #5 from popescu@ca.ibm.com  2007-12-10 19:19 -------
Changes under the SML spec :

1. Replaced section 5.1 Localization of Error Messages
with a new sesction , 6. Localization of natural-language texts :


2. Added a new section under 8. SML Extension Reference, sml:locid


3. Created a new Sample under Appendices, D. Localization and Variable
Substitution Sample (Non-Normative) :


Under SML IF spec :

1. Added a new sample under Appendices, Localization of IF Identity Sample
(Non-Normative) :


Under the sml.xsd file

Defined a new attribute, sml:locid:

  <!-- CONTEXT: To be used in <sch:assert>, <sch:report>
  and elements with textual content.
  This attribute is used to support string localization.
  It is used to define the translation location for 
  the text content of the containing element.-->  
  <xs:attribute name="locid" type="xs:QName"/>

Completely removed sml-err-schema.xsd 

This schema contained the smlerr attribute used for localization and the
schematron sml output types, removed from the spec during the LC.
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