If this is the case, and Framemaker claims to be a validating SGML parser,
you should ask them for your (not inconsiderable) money back!
The content model of div is as Syd describes, has ever been so, and is
unlikely to change, for the eminently good reasons summarized by Michael
recently. Your software is misleading you.
> -----Original Message-----
> From: TEI (Text Encoding Initiative) public discussion list
> [mailto:[log in to unmask]]On Behalf Of Desmond Schmidt
> Sent: 22 February 2003 00:37
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> Subject: Re: Content model of <div>
> > I don't think that will parse. You can have something like
> > <div><p>stuff</p><div><p>stuff</p></div>
> > But you can't have
> > <div><div><p>stuff</p></div><p>stuff</p></div>
> > At least my validators won't let me get away with this, although, like
> > Christian, I can imagine situations where this is want you want to do.
> I use FrameMaker 5.5+SGML and it both allowed me to create this content
> using the TEI Lite dtd, as well as save and load it without notable
> objection. Which validator are you using? I will look into the DTD a
> bit later but it is confusing trying to read something meant for
> Desmond Schmidt
> Wittgenstein Archive