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19.837 text:name - varying style on service as unique identifier - suggest regularlize

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    • Type: Bug
    • Status: Applied
    • Priority: Minor
    • Resolution: Fixed
    • Affects Version/s: ODF 1.2 CD 05
    • Fix Version/s: ODF 1.2 CD 06
    • Component/s: Public Review
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      This comment applies to all of 19.837.

      19.837.3 <text:bibliography> says:

      ***
      The text:name attribute specifies a name for a bibliography.
      The name serves as a unique identifier for the bibliography.
      ***

      Contrast with 19.837.13 <text:reference-mark-start> which says:

      ***
      The text:name attribute specifies a unique name for reference elements.
      ***

      I propose the shorter form for <text:alphabetical-index>, <text:bibliography>, <text:illustration-index>, <text:index-title>, <text:object-index>, <text:table-of-content>, <text:table-index>, and <text:user-index>.

      Even with that, there is still enough variation in the attribute that we can't collapse it. Maybe in ODF-Next.

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      This comment applies to all of 19.837. 19.837.3 <text:bibliography> says: *** The text:name attribute specifies a name for a bibliography. The name serves as a unique identifier for the bibliography. *** Contrast with 19.837.13 <text:reference-mark-start> which says: *** The text:name attribute specifies a unique name for reference elements. *** I propose the shorter form for <text:alphabetical-index>, <text:bibliography>, <text:illustration-index>, <text:index-title>, <text:object-index>, <text:table-of-content>, <text:table-index>, and <text:user-index>. Even with that, there is still enough variation in the attribute that we can't collapse it. Maybe in ODF-Next.
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      This comment applies to all of 19.837.

      19.837.3 <text:bibliography> says:

      ***
      The text:name attribute specifies a name for a bibliography.
      The name serves as a unique identifier for the bibliography.
      ***

      Contrast with 19.837.13 <text:reference-mark-start> which says:

      ***
      The text:name attribute specifies a unique name for reference elements.
      ***

      I propose the shorter form for <text:alphabetical-index>, <text:bibliography>, <text:illustration-index>, <text:index-title>, <text:object-index>, <text:table-of-content>, <text:table-index>, and <text:user-index>.

      Even with that, there is still enough variation in the attribute that we can't collapse it. Maybe in ODF-Next.

      Show
      This comment applies to all of 19.837. 19.837.3 <text:bibliography> says: *** The text:name attribute specifies a name for a bibliography. The name serves as a unique identifier for the bibliography. *** Contrast with 19.837.13 <text:reference-mark-start> which says: *** The text:name attribute specifies a unique name for reference elements. *** I propose the shorter form for <text:alphabetical-index>, <text:bibliography>, <text:illustration-index>, <text:index-title>, <text:object-index>, <text:table-of-content>, <text:table-index>, and <text:user-index>. Even with that, there is still enough variation in the attribute that we can't collapse it. Maybe in ODF-Next.

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      This comment applies to all of 19.837.

      19.837.3 <text:bibliography> says:

      ***
      The text:name attribute specifies a name for a bibliography.
      The name serves as a unique identifier for the bibliography.
      ***

      Contrast with 19.837.13 <text:reference-mark-start> which says:

      ***
      The text:name attribute specifies a unique name for reference elements.
      ***

      I propose the shorter form for <text:alphabetical-index>, <text:bibliography>, <text:illustration-index>, <text:index-title>, <text:object-index>, <text:table-of-content>, <text:table-index>, and <text:user-index>.

      Even with that, there is still enough variation in the attribute that we can't collapse it. Maybe in ODF-Next.

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            • Assignee:
              Patrick Patrick Durusau
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              Patrick Patrick Durusau
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