[JDEV] iq:version.dtd. is it correct?
julian at linuxpower.org
Thu Jun 29 15:23:52 CDT 2000
No, you don't *have* to have each one of those, nor must they be in a
specific order, so it should be:
<!ELEMENT query ((name? | version? | os?)*)>
Meaning you can have each of them in any order 0 or 1 times...
Or something like that.
Soonmyung Hong wrote:
> on jabber:iq:version.dtd,
> <!ELEMENT query ((name | version | os)?)>
> but different style is shown on examples like this.
> <iq type="result" to="foo at bar.com">
> <query xmlns="jabber:iq:version">
> <os>NT 4.0</os>
> it seems like
> <!ELEMENT query ((name, version, os)?)>
> or some.
> is it correct?
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