Does anyone implement the ODF attribute style:wrap-dynamic-treshold (note -treshold spelling)? Has anyone seen this in an ODF [1.0] document that exists in the wild or even in a test suite?
Has anyone observed implementation of ODF attribute style:wrap-dynamic-threshold (note -threshold spelling)? or seen it in an ODF 1.0 (not 1.1 or later) document that exists in the wild or even in a test suite? (If the document does not have a version attribute in its root element opening tag, check the creation date and assume 1.0 for purposes of this question).
On the ODF TC we are researching an ODF 1.0 OASIS Standard and ODF 1.0 IS 26300 problem having to do with a misnamed attribute.
We would like to correct the attribute name simply by changing it using an errata. However, we are concerned that there may be documents and/or processors that use the attribute name as published.
I am asking here because translator efforts may have encountered this discrepancy. (It does not exist in ODF 1.1, where the attribute name was silently corrected, however ODF 1.1 is neither OASIS Standard nor ISO/IEC Standard and we are mindful that there are folks who are obligated to support ODF 1.0 because of that.)
In ODF 1.0 (the OASIS Standard and the ISO/IEC IS 26300 Standard) section 15.27.22 Dynamic Wrap Threshold, the schema snippet is definitive. It defines the attribute as style:wrap-dynamic-treshold. This has been true since 2005 and the non-normative schema that is available for download from OASIS matches the standard.
We'd like to correct this in an errata, but we must not do that if it would impact any existing implementation of a processor or, perhaps more important, any existing documents.
IF YOU KNOW OF ANY CASES
Respond on this thread, to me, or to the ODF comment list at OASIS, http://www.oasis-open.org/committees/comments/index.php?wg_abbrev=office
Dennis E. Hamilton
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