julian.reschke at gmx.de
Sun Feb 16 02:54:40 PST 2014
> 2.31. <postalbody>
> A method for presenting a postal address without using <street>,
> <city>, <region>, <code>, and <country> elements. Processors will
> maintain horizontal whitespace and line breaks in the text of the
> <postalbody> element.
> This element appears as child element of: <postal> (Section 2.30).
> Content model: only text content.
That's a bit weird. As whitespace this becomes an element that can not
be indented in the source file. that is:
42, Example Str
...will not produce what's intended.
I believe it would be better to have <postalline>, where whitespace is
not significant, and allow that to repeat.
> Contains optional child elements providing postal information. These
> elements will be displayed in an order that is processor-specific.
> Thus, a postal address should probably contain only a set of
> <street>, <city>, <region>, <code>, and <country> elements, or only a
> single <postalbody> element, but not both.
That should be actually reflected in the grammar.
Best regards, Julian
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