Re: SiRPAC bugfixes

On Mon, Mar 05, 2001 at 07:17:41PM -0600, Aaron Swartz wrote:
> Art Barstow <> wrote:
> >> Case one: The parser simply swallows empty container elements:
> > In section 6.0 of the M&S it says:
> > 
> > Each li element E corresponds to one member of the collection and
> > results in the creation of a triple {p,c,v} where:
> > ...
> > 3.(same as rule 3 above) If E is an empty element (no content), v
> > is the resource whose resource identifier is given by the resource
> > attribute of E. If the content of E contains no XML markup or if
> > parseType="Literal" is specified in the start tag of E then v
> > is the content of E (a literal). Otherwise, the content of E must
> > be another Description or container and v is the resource named
> > by the(possibly implicit) ID or about of that Description or
> > container. 
> You seem to be missing the important part of this:
>     If the content of E contains no XML markup...then v is the content of E
>     (a literal).

In the examples, E has NO content so it seems the sentence beginning
with "If the content of E ..." and the sentence that follows it do
not apply.

Received on Monday, 5 March 2001 21:05:29 UTC