Laurent Romary wrote:
> [..] which prevent two elements of model.global to be used
> one after the other one p's have already been included in
> the encompassing division.
This looks to me like a (somewhat misleadingly formulated) reprise of the
case David raised and I echoed a few days back, so far with no response.
This is of course the model which enforces the "divs must tesellate one
another" rule. But in order to achieve that, all that is necessary is that
there should be no macro.components allowed after any nesting div. It's not
plain to me why members of model.global can't be allowed at that spot. (The
ensuing problem is that *no* members of the class concerned are allowed
there, not that they are limited to one only, which they aren't)
So once more, the question to Those Who Know These Things is: why do the
content models for numbered divs differ from the unnumbered div model in