Well, not so much in the documentation as in the stylesheet which
creates the documentation. At a quick glance the elements affected are
those whose content models are expressed using datatype references (e.g.
"data.name" for <gi>) rather than explicit content models so should be
easy to catch.
On 01/01/13 04:06, Syd Bauman wrote:
> Outright egregious errors in the documentation, I'd say.
>> On the specification page for an element is a field labeled "May
>> contain". The value of the field is sometimes "Empty element".
>> <ptr> is an empty element. That makes sense.
>> But so too is <gi> and <datatype>, even though neither is, in XML's
>> defined use of the term, an "empty element."
>> Is "empty element" an idiosyncratic TEI term, meaning, I guess,
>> "empty of further TEI elements"? Or is its appearance in, say, <gi>
>> and <datatype> bugs in the documentation?