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Subject: Re: [ubl-ndrsc] Fw: Schema generation

Sorry this didn't get in the minutes/notes but it was disscussed on a call. 
The Regex that was published was:


the problem is the first '+' it should not be there as all you want to 
specify is the first character like this:



At 07:13 AM 6/27/2003 -0500, Lisa-Aeon wrote:
>I have been in touch with Chee-Kai regarding the schema generation.  I
>commented to him that we were expecting a set of schema with the containers
>in them and this was his answer
> > But we're not done with the discussions on these issues, are we?
> > There are a number of outstanding sub-questions left that it
> > seems to be premature to do a schema on it.  As usual, I probably
> > won't be replying a "not quite right" to these rules.
>He also has a question about the comment on Rule 5 (see his comment below),
>Danny Vint made the comment that the regular expression was not quite right,
>Chee-Kai truly wants to understand what he meant by that.  Danny, can we get
>an answer from you, please.  Thanks.
> > I still hope to hear about Rule 5's resolution on what is
> > "not quite right" to the proposed precise statement of what
> > names are valid and what are not using a regular expression.
> > By saying "not quite right", it leaves me with an impression
> > that there's a right regex but it is not being exposed to the
> > discussion.  How constructive can that be?  And how does
> > "not quite right" help developers and programmers as stated
> > in the second line:
> >
> >   "We want clarification, we dont want difficulty in
> >    translation or programming within other environments."
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