[cellml-discussion] Question on community's preferred way to resolve CellML 1.1 identifier contradiction

2007-11-21 Thread Andrew Miller
Hi all, I have been working on writing up a purely normative, unambiguous draft of the CellML specification to facilitate discussions of how to improve CellML in the future. As part of this, I have been rewriting most of the text of the specification to follow good practices for normative

Re: [cellml-discussion] Question on community's preferred way to resolve CellML 1.1 identifier contradiction

2007-11-21 Thread Randall Britten
My vote goes to your current version. -Original Message- From: [EMAIL PROTECTED] [mailto:cellml-discussion- [EMAIL PROTECTED] On Behalf Of Andrew Miller Sent: Thursday, 22 November 2007 9:24 a.m. To: For those interested in contributing to the development of CellML. Subject:

Re: [cellml-discussion] Question on community's preferred way to resolve CellML 1.1 identifier contradiction

2007-11-21 Thread Poul Nielsen
Dear Andrew I hope that I am interpreting the EBNF notation correctly (although the expression seems to be BNF, not EBNF - although W3C seems to use the BNF notation). Doesn't identifier ::= ('_')* ( letter ) ( letter | '_' | digit )* indicate that any number of '_' symbols may form the

Re: [cellml-discussion] Question on community's preferred way to resolve CellML 1.1 identifier contradiction

2007-11-21 Thread Poul Nielsen
Oops, I take that back. My expression doesn't reflect the requirement that an identifier must contain at least one letter. identifier ::= ('_')* ( letter ) ( letter | '_' | digit )* seems to be correct. On 2007 Nov 22, at 09:52, Poul Nielsen wrote: Dear Andrew I hope that I am interpreting

[cellml-discussion] CellML DOM API 1.3rc1 (release candidate for CellML DOM API 1.3) out

2007-11-21 Thread Justin Marsh
Hi all, The first release candidate for the CellML DOM API, version 1.3, has been released. Information about the released files is available at: http://www.cellml.org/downloads/cellml_api/releases/1.3rc1/ Once a reasonable amount of time has elapsed, and no problems with the release candidate