>>> On 29.05.2007 at 19:32, in message <[log in to unmask]>,
<[log in to unmask]> wrote:
> This brings to mind something I keep on thinking when I'm trying to
> figure out problems like this: it would be great to have a way of
> finding out what elements can be a parent of a given element. It's
> to discover what elements are permitted as a child of an element
> can show you based on the schema), but when the question is "what can
> a parent of <app>?", I can't see any easy way to get at that
> information. Does anyone have a way of doing this? If not, could we
> it a regular part of the Guidelines to include a statement along the
> lines of "this element is usually found as a child of x, y or z, and
> most likely to be used in the [blah] part of a TEI file".
This is a really good idea. It used to be done in the P3 Guidelines,
if you remember, and was very useful. Since then it seems to have
fallen by the wayside, but if there is no good reason why it should not
be reinstated, it would be nice to have it back.