Peter Boot wrote:
> That saved definition, when loaded into Roma, doesn't produce the
> attribute either.
> However, when I change that definion to read
> <attDef ident="gggggggggggggggg" mode="add">
> and reload it into Roma, Roma does produce my new attribute.
Correct. This is The Bug In Roma which I cannot track down.
The @mode should of course be set to "add" when you create
an attribute, but sometimes it gets set to "change".
Rest assured that I wake at night worrying about this,
and I _will_ fix it.
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