> You need a start attribute on the schemaSpec. See
As far as I can see, this should work, then:
<schemaSpec ident="MosesDictionary" xml:lang="en" start="TEI teifsd">
but it doesn't seem to; the file is still invalid with a schema
generated from the online ROMA using this attribute. Am I right that
they're space-delimited tag names?
> Incidentally, the same ISO workgroup responsible for the Isofication of
> the feature structure standard, is now planning to work on the feature
> system declaration, and will be meeting in July, just before the ALLCACH
> conference. So if you have any comments to make on the FSD, now is an
> excellent time to make them!
I'm just getting started with it, but we're going to wind up trying to
encode the whole morphology of the language in the fsd, including
co-occurrence constraints between features and feature-structures, so I
might well have a few comments in a bit.
> Martin Holmes wrote:
>> Hi folks,
>> The P5 guidelines say:
>> "A feature system declaration is encoded as a document of type
>> <teifsd>. It has two parts: an obligatory header (which provides
>> bibliographic information for the file) and a set of feature structure
>> declarations (each of which defines one type of feature structure). "
>> and they show an example like this:
>> <fsDecl type="GPSG">
>> However, documents in this format don't validate against a schema
>> which includes the relevant module (declarefs); teifsd can't be the
>> root element for a document. This is the ODD file schemaSpec:
>> <schemaSpec ident="MosesDictionary" xml:lang="en">
>> <moduleRef key="core"/>
>> <moduleRef key="tei"/>
>> <moduleRef key="header"/>
>> <moduleRef key="textstructure"/>
>> <moduleRef key="analysis"/>
>> <moduleRef key="declarefs"/>
>> <moduleRef key="dictionaries"/>
>> <moduleRef key="iso-fs"/>
>> <moduleRef key="linking"/>
>> <moduleRef key="namesdates"/>
>> <moduleRef key="gaiji"/>
>> Am I missing something here?
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