Andrew Dunstan <> writes:
> On 01/28/2014 10:50 AM, Alvaro Herrera wrote:
> +         </indexterm><indexterm>
> +          <primary>jsonb_each</primary>
> +         </indexterm><para><literal>json_each(json)</literal>
> +         </para><para><literal>jsonb_each(jsonb)</literal>
> +       </para></entry>
>> This SGML nesting is odd and hard to read.  Please place opening tags in
>> separate lines (or at least not immediately following a closing tag).  I
>> am not sure whether the mentions of jsonb_each vs. json_each there are
>> correct or typos.  This also occurs in other places.

> As I understand it, an <entry> tag can only contain block-level elements 
> like <para> if there are no inline elements (including white space).

Practically every existing use of <indexterm> is freer than this in its
use of whitespace.  It sounds to me like maybe you are trying to put the
<indexterm> inside something it shouldn't go inside of.

                        regards, tom lane

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