Re: Proposed DTD Names, Structure [Was: HTML 2.0 editing status ]firstname.lastname@example.org (Peter Flynn)
Date: Tue, 6 Sep 94 18:21:14 EDT
From: email@example.com (Peter Flynn)
To: Multiple recipients of list <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Subject: Re: Proposed DTD Names, Structure [Was: HTML 2.0 editing status ]
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> OK folks... we need more input on this than just Terry and myself:
> Proposal 3: Combine html-0.dtd, html-1.dtd, html-2.dtd into one file,
> as per Terry's suggestion:
> >My solution to the three-DTD problem is to fold -1 and .
> >into -0, as marked sections, with the basic content models
> >supplied with empty parameter entities that expand within
> >those marked sections. Then there's only one file named
> >.dtd, and the IGNORE/INCLUDE operations are simple. Example
> >on request.
My vote goes to Proposal 3, mainly for the ease of handling one file
instead of three. For the doc type dec, is there a real chance that
the IETF will register with ISO?