On Mon, Jan 15, 2007 at 03:01:38PM -0800, Michael Bernstein wrote: > I've seen plenty of examples of bare <include> directives (and they > obviously work). Aside from the issue I had, is this not considered a > good practice?
XML requires a document to have one and only one top-level element. ZCML does not care if that element is <configure> or <include> or something else. I think a single <include> is fine for package include files, as they are not intended to be modified. The idea is that if you don't want one, you'll remove it from the package-includes directory. Marius Gedminas -- Get a life? Well, once I nearly found one, but the link was broken.
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