[rfc-i] draft-iab-xml2rfc-03, "B.2.1 Overlapping Values"
julian.reschke at gmx.de
Mon Mar 14 14:46:51 PDT 2016
> The following rules prevent this overlap:
> - "pn" for regular sections always has the format "s-nnn", where "nnn" is the section or appendix number. For example, this would be "s-2.1.3" for Section 2.1.3 and "s-a" for Appendix A. For the <abstract> element, it is always "s-abstract". For the <note> element, it is always "s-note-nnn", where "nnn" is a sequential value. For the <boilerplate> element, it is always "s-boilerplate-nnn", where "nnn" is a sequential value.
a) What is "pn" for a section that is unnumbered? I assume numbers are
still assigned, just not displayed?
b) Don't we need "pn" on <references> (as they get numbered as regular
c) Why is "pn" for <boilerplate> numbered when it can only occur once?
Best regards, Julian
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