[rfc-i] Unicode names in RFCs and xml2rfc

Julian Reschke julian.reschke at gmx.de
Wed Dec 4 02:53:25 PST 2019


On 04.12.2019 11:20, Martin Thomson wrote:
> On Wed, Dec 4, 2019, at 20:54, Henrik Levkowetz wrote:
>> I'd love to make it possible to use a <contributor> element with the same
>> child elements as <author> in text, to achieve rendering of contributors
>> in the same format as authors, with the same provisions for both ASCII and
>> non-ASCII content.  However, accomplishing any changes to the schema which
>> the design team didn't envision has been hard; so hard, actually, that I've
>> had to step back and mostly stop engaging on the xml2rfc-dev list.
>
> In this case, where I'm looking for acknowledgments only, a <contributor> element wouldn't help.  I'm just looking for a name, not something equivalent to an author block.
>
> In this case, it's the requirement to include 'num' in the format for <u> that is a little over-constraining.  A generic "this is unicode" element is fine, but coupling that to a particular output is what I'm finding problematic.

+1

Best regards, Julian


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