From: W. Eliot Kimber (email@example.com)
Date: Thu Mar 27 2003 - 08:55:12 PST
David Tolpin wrote:
> firstly, I am not sure one would normally use start-range/end-range markup
> for index ranges. In my opinion, attaching indices to block structure is a more
> natural approach. The fact that current markup practice uses markup ranges
> is a reflection of limitations of earlier approaches, not a more natural or
> consistent way to specify index ranges.
> An index range is connected to an entity related to the index key. Using blocks
> for semantic entities is natural. Interspersing block structure with ranges
> is not.
I think you would have a hard time selling that to most technical
writers and professional indexers.
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