Happy to buy you a drink if you care to email me a bit more of the file that's driving you to same... also what schema are you validating it against?

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Subject: Re: oVar or what?
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As in;


E [Jing] text not allowed here; expected the element end-tag

Think I need a drink

Le 15 juin 2016 18:47, Martin Holmes <[log in to unmask]> a crit :

On 2016-06-15 09:43 AM, [log in to unmask] wrote:
You mean this clear example?

<cit type="example">
<quote>The Royal <oRef type="cap"/>of Arts</quote>

I think he means the content model, which includes text and other stuff:

<alternate minOccurs="0"
 <classRef key="model.gLike"/>
 <elementRef key="oRef"/>


Le 15 juin 2016 18:33, Lou Burnard <[log in to unmask]
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shows clearly that <oRef> is not empty.

On 15/06/16 18:24, Toma Tasovac wrote:
Im pretty sure oRef is not supposed to be empty, so there is no
reason why you shouldnt be able to use it as a replacement for oVar.
But let somebody else confirm this please.

15.06.2016., 18.18, [log in to unmask] <[log in to unmask]>

Dear All,

I am labouring through the very complex dictionary entries of
Basnage de Beauval and oVar does a useful job. Insofar as it is now
deprecated, what has been thought of to replace it when dealing with
part of speech variations?

I have been told of the beauties of oRef, but it is still empty and
thus does not do the job.

Would it not be nice to link what is deprecated to a replacement

Best wishes