Yes, the docs would support that, as does my memory of the discussion. TYPE was a pull in filter if memory serves... (My apologies to both Tom and Tir) When IAug 21, 2008 1 of 10View SourceYes, the docs would support that, as does my memory of the discussion. TYPE was a pull in filter if memory serves... (My apologies to both Tom and Tir) When I replied I had thought it was Tom, so I automatically thought the TYPE was correct and had somehow been changed.
ABILITYCAT and CAT being the same name makes a "superset" or 'Parent set'.
Tom Parker <thpr@...> wrote:
--- In email@example.com, Andrew Maitland wrote:
> Tir Gwaith wrote:
> > If you do an ABILITYCATEGORY with CATEGORY and no TYPE, it is
> > considered Parent. CATEGORY:FEAT has the Parent "FEAT" for backward
> > compatibility. Setting it without that will cause issues.
I'm not entirely sure of that. It's weird to have something without a
TYPE (subset == superset), but not invalid.
I believe setting the name to equal the CATEGORY is what defines a
"parent" or "universalset" (depending on your terminology)
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