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Subject: RE: [dita] hyphens and file names

Since the consensus seems to be leaning to hyphens rather then underscores.

Does anyone have any comments regarding


In the DTDs, this usually happens in the shell file.  In the DTDs each
entity redefinition is a one liner.

In the schema world, this involves redefine the group (the group plus
additional groups).
I can merge the topicname-domains.xsd definitions the schema shell...this
means adding the group redefinition in every shell.
Not a big deal..but *may mean* some changes to the schema section.  I would
like to get this square away as quickly as possible.

If we agree to merge typename-domains.xsd into the shell, I can post
updates, if any, to the schema section to the list for approval
within the next couple of days.

Kind regards,
Eric A. Sirois
Staff Software Developer
DB2 Universal Database - DBA XML Tools Development
IBM Canada Ltd. - Toronto Software Lab
Email: esirois@ca.ibm.com
Phone:(905) 413-2841
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             Deborah Aleyne                                                
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                                       RE: [dita] hyphens and file names   

I too have been converted to hyphens and camelCase only.

I miss underscores, but they just have too many negatives/

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