Lou Burnard wrote:
> In message <[log in to unmask]> Peter Flynn
> <[log in to unmask]> writes:
>> In some industrial DTDs you see things like <option-list> and
>> <requirement-list>. An option list is a collection of items which is
>> rendered with "or" between each; a requirement list is a collection of
>> items rendered with "and" between each.
>> This is overkill for something like TEI, but if there was an attribute
>> on <list> which could specify it, the rendering problem could be solved
>> in the transformation or styling.
> There is. It is the @type attribute. Its values are user-defined, though there
> are suggestions for common types of list such as gloss bulleted ordered etc.
True, although the and/or requirement is a different brainspace to the
bullet/number/gloss type -- one might need both.
What consenting element types get up to in their private markup is their