My understanding of that line is that it's the former that are
deprecated. (In addition, I understand that @key is intended to be
deprecated as well, eventually; @ref is more useful and powerful, as it
can take both urls and uris as pointers.)
But I'm prepared to be corrected...
On 01/02/2011 15:32, Torsten Schassan wrote:
> I just realised there's a note in the documentation for<term>:
> "Because the mutually exclusive target and cRef attributes overlap with
> the function of the ref attribute, they are deprecated and may be
> removed at a subsequent release."
> Which one will (most probable) last? @target and @cRef? Or @key and
> @ref? Will the whole att.pointing be removed?
> Best, Torsten
> PS: Btw, the description of @cRef on<term> gives the description of
> values both in English and in French.
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