Re: URLs/MIME only?
At 07:27 PM 1/7/97 CST, Michael Sperberg-McQueen wrote:
>On Tue, 31 Dec 1996 12:13:43 -0500 Gavin Nicol said, quoting Eliot
>>>The only problem with this approach is the same one HyTime and DSSSL faced:
>>>what objects make up the nodes of the tree you're addressing. We currently
>>>have three different tree views of SGML documents in established specs:
>>>1. DSSSL default grove plan: characters and elements are children of
>>>2. HyTime default grove plan: pelements and elements are children of
>>>3. TEI implicit grove plan: elements only are children of elements
>I'm confused here. It has been said several times in the SGML WG
>discussion (by whom, I cannot currently recall, but in this instance by
>Eliot Kimber) that in TEI extended pointers, 'pseudo-elements' are not
>children of elements, only subelements are children.
That's my fault. Something I read, either in Lou's summary or the full
spec led me to believe that only elements were counted for tree addressing.
But Steve D. and you both pointed out it was a mistake. I appologize for
any confusion I may have caused.
This means that TEI and HyTime both use the same default grove plan (at
least more or less, if not exactly).
W. Eliot Kimber (email@example.com)
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