Syd Bauman wrote:
>> This particular attribute is declared as data.enumerated, which
>> derives from data.name, which is declared as synonymous with
>> xsd:Name -- so you're safe as long as W3C doesn't change the rules
>> about what constitutes a legal name in XML. Which seems moderately
>> unlikely at the moment.
> Except that W3C already doesn't allow an apostrophe in an XML Name.
> (See http://www.w3.org/TR/REC-xml/#dt-name for the prose definition,
> and scroll down a bit for the formal production.)-:
Ooops, yes, I was just assuming from Brett's note that it was already
allowed, but of course it isn't. Would it be such a problem to refer to
this as calendar "Bahai" however? (I note that even with the apostrophe
"Baha'i" is still not the correct name for the religion, since it
usually has an acute accent on the second "a", and on the "i")
According to Wikipedia:
"Bahá'ís prefer the orthographies "Bahá'í", "Bahá'ís", "the Báb",
"Bahá'u'lláh", and "`Abdu'l-Bahá", using a particular transcription of
the Arabic and Persian in publications. "Bahai", "Bahais", "Baha'i",
"the Bab", "Bahaullah" and "Baha'u'llah" are often used when
diacriticals are unavailable."