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Subject: Re: DOCBOOK: [ #456174 ] Req: a <YearRange> within <copyright>


> http://sourceforge.net/tracker/index.php?func=detail&aid=456174&group_id=21935&atid=384107

When you ask a question here like this, do you want followups to go
to the list?  Or to the SourceForge bug?  I am just sending this to the
list, but will add it to SF if that is where you want it.

> Yann Dirson suggests that a yearrange element be added to copyright.
> The TC considered this and admitted to a certain amount of fudging in
> practice, using <year>1999-2001</year>. This is less than ideal, but
> what have other people elected to do when faced with this problem?

I have done exactly what you mention:  <year>1999-2001</year>

I suppose something like:


might be more elegant from an XML point of view, but I personally
have not had an issue with doing it the way mentioned above.

My 2 cents (Canadian),

Dan York, Director of Training        dyork@e-smith.com
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