adding <utilizes> to the DTD

Mark Ellis mark.uzumati at
Thu Jan 9 09:48:05 PST 2003

On 2003.01.09 11:38 Vassili Dzuba wrote:
> I would prefer the <description> be a little more structured
> than (#PCDATA).
> So, would this go for the time being :
> <check> and <stamp> are suppressed
> and the following is introduced in the DTD:
> <!ELEMENT package (packageinfo?, ...)>
> <!ELEMENT packageinfo (description?,requires*,utilizes*)>
> <!ELEMENT requires (#PCDATA)>
> <!ELEMENT utilizes (#PCDATA)>
> <!ELEMENT description (para*)>
> <!ELEMENT para (#PCDATA)>
> Vassili

Sounds reasonable. I'm less fussed about <para> since i cant imagine 
what we'd do with <description> other than extract and display the 
content, but equally structure is always a good thing, so cool.

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