RE: [emacs-nxml-mode] Feature idea: Element ignore/include mechan ism
>I can see the logic, but it would appear on surface inspection
> (A feature suggestion I tacked on to the end of the xmlhack piece;
> posting here to find out if anybody else might think it interesting.)
that this is a subsetting of the dtd rather than an editor function?
I appreciate the problem though... having used db seriously.
My top of the list would be C-e.
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- david.pawson@... writes:
> > [... actually, I wrote this first bit...]Actually, I explicitly meant to say it should be an editor function that
> > (A feature suggestion I tacked on to the end of the xmlhack piece;
> > posting here to find out if anybody else might think it interesting.)
> I can see the logic, but it would appear on surface inspection
> that this is a subsetting of the dtd rather than an editor function?
wouldn't require touching a schema at all. The schema "subset" would
instead just be specified in simple "ignore" and "include" lists, which
I guess could be specified a variable values in .emacs file, or just in
an external file that Emacs/nXML would read in when you pointed it to
the location of the file.