Am 22.07.2016 um 20:43 schrieb Lou Burnard:
> The order in which elements or attributes are displayed is actually
> predefined: they are always given in alphabetic order. But this just
> reflects the fact that the order in which they appear in the source has
> no particular significance in XML.
> This is not true of paragraphs of prose, obviously. The order in which
> they appear in the source (probably) matters!
the order of the paragraphs matters inside a remark. Does the order of
separate remarks really matter? I don't think so.
Anyway, I prefer discussing in front of code. ;)
It turn out that adding support for `@mode` to `<remarks>` is not that
hard. Here is a very basic patch that adds support for `@mode='add'`
(please look at the diff between the first and the second revision)
(The patch is untested and there is even a missing bracket, but I
suppose the idea is clear)
If there is a consensus that adding `@mode` to `<remarks>` is a good
idea, I can write a patch to address all (most?) the possible modes for
`<remarks>` and the other similar elements.
Gioele Barabucci <[log in to unmask]>