Commit d50e7c58 authored by Florian Lesaint's avatar Florian Lesaint
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Use "weightOpening" instead of "openWeight".

Since we never "open" a weight, we just use a symbol to say where is
the weight: it's a "weight opening symbol".
Same for weightClosing.

  * data/vaucanson.xsd: Here.
  * include/vaucanson/xml/xmleq.hxx: Here.
parent ac5d9ad4
2008-11-28 Florian Lesaint <florian.lesaint@lrde.epita.fr>
Use "weightOpening" instead of "openWeight".
Since we never "open" a weight, we just use a symbol to say where is
the weight: it's a "weight opening symbol".
Same for weightClosing.
* data/vaucanson.xsd: Here.
* include/vaucanson/xml/xmleq.hxx: Here.
2008-11-28 Alexandre Duret-Lutz <adl@lrde.epita.fr>
 
* taf-kit/tests/vcsn-char-b.test: Use ':' instead of 'echo -n ""'.
......@@ -22,7 +31,6 @@
Likewise.
* build-aux/find_tests.sh: Mention that these files are
automatically generated.
2008-11-27 Jerome Galtier <jerome.galtier@lrde.epita.fr>
 
Fix sanity check.
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......@@ -244,8 +244,8 @@ Writing data can be added.
<xs:attribute name="starSym"/>
<xs:attribute name="zeroSym"/>
<xs:attribute name="spacesSym"/>
<xs:attribute name="openWeight"/>
<xs:attribute name="closeWeight"/>
<xs:attribute name="weightOpening"/>
<xs:attribute name="weightClosing"/>
<xs:attribute name="openPar"/>
<xs:attribute name="closePar"/>
</xs:complexType>
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......@@ -74,8 +74,8 @@ namespace vcsn
closePar = xercesc::XMLString::transcode("closePar");
plusSym = xercesc::XMLString::transcode("plusSym");
timesSym = xercesc::XMLString::transcode("timesSym");
openWeight = xercesc::XMLString::transcode("openWeight");
closeWeight = xercesc::XMLString::transcode("closeWeight");
openWeight = xercesc::XMLString::transcode("weightOpening");
closeWeight = xercesc::XMLString::transcode("weightClosing");
spacesSym = xercesc::XMLString::transcode("spacesSym");
zeroSym = xercesc::XMLString::transcode("zeroSym");
starSym = xercesc::XMLString::transcode("starSym");
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