Subject: RE: [xliff] Discussion: XLIFF inline elements attribute...
I prefer “lex-equiv”, but “lex-replace” would be OK.
Equivalence is more passive, whereas ‘replace’ practically commands the parser to take action and replace the element with the text. Since the primary purpose is to aid word counting, I think ‘lex-equiv’ is less likely to be used for other purposes that might interfere with the word counting algorithm.
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As per discussion proposed by Andzrej:
XLIFF inline elements with spacial characteristics: http://lists.oasis-open.org/archives/xliff/200603/msg00001.html
Response from Florian: http://lists.oasis-open.org/archives/xliff/200603/msg00005.html
Response from Andzrej: http://lists.oasis-open.org/archives/xliff/200603/msg00006.html
We need to select an appropriate name for the attribute. Suggestions so far are:
Please submit opinions on which suggestions are not suitable (ie., should not be considered), and any new additions. I would like to submit a ballot on Tuesday with a recommendation.
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