thanks for the explanation. I'm aware that the schema is correct and
that there is the need for a member of the divLike (that is, a div
element if you start with a bare TEI customization), however, what still
bothers me is that there seems to be a mismatch between the information
given in the Guidelines and the schema.
Again, thanks for your quick response.
Am 29.06.11 00:45, schrieb Sebastian Rahtz:
> The explanation for this can be found by close study of the content model for<body> at
> The<fs> element is a member (indirectly) of model.global, and that means it is allowed
> directly within<body>. The problem is the + signs in that content model, which
> say that whatever else is allowed, there must be at least one occurrence of the
> divLike or common elements (simplifying it a bit).
> is fine, but
> is not.
> I am not saying this is good, but it is not a mistake in the XML parser, or your schema.
> One possible solution is to add<fs> to the model.common class, but thats a
> "corrigible" error in any sense, and needs someone who understands iso-fs
> better than I do to make a more detailed analysis and plan.
> Sebastian Rahtz
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