DCD and Global attributes.

len bullard cbullard at hiwaay.net
Fri Aug 14 03:42:03 BST 1998

Frank Boumphrey wrote:
> It struck me that it may be preferable to default every thing to the global
> attributes, and provide a means of exempting elements that we do not wish
> them to apply to.

Because I haven't read DCD yet, but will, take this with a grain of
this has the same awful feeling that putting include declarations on
DTD root element type declarations with excludes in branches did.  Very 
messy if convenient at times.


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