----- Forwarded message from Rob Raskin <address@hidden> ----- Date: Fri, 15 Nov 2002 14:41:59 -0800 From: Rob Raskin <address@hidden> Reply-To: Rob Raskin <address@hidden> Subject: Re: Annoying problem: embedded HTML in body of documentation tag To: Benno Blumenthal <address@hidden> This doesn't even sound like a documentation - its sounds like a reference, which might need its own XML tags - title, author, etc. That my be going above and beyond what is needed, but it would make sense to have a Reference tag and associated fields. -Rob Benno Blumenthal wrote: > > Hello Rob, > > That certainly makes sense in the abstract: my particular example is > > <documentation>KAPLAN Indices: of RSA_MOHSST5; from Kaplan et al. 1998: > <i>JGR</i>, <b>103</b>, 18,567-18,589, and Cane et al. 1997: <i>Science</i>, > <b>275</b>, 957--960, and those related to them</documentation> > > which does not seem to rate a separate page. > > Benno > ----- End forwarded message -----
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