Character repertoire checking for SML cells

Shawn Villaron shawnv at
Tue Apr 5 16:37:34 CEST 2011

By putting it on the c element, wouldn't that add considerably to the size of the file ( as well as parsing time, etc. )?

-----Original Message-----
From: MURATA Makoto (FAMILY Given) [mailto:eb2m-mrt at] 
Sent: Monday, April 04, 2011 1:10 AM
To: SC34
Subject: Character repertoire checking for SML cells

I am wondering how we should attach CREPDL schemas to SML cells.

Option A)

1) Introduce an attribute (say @c) to elements <c> in SML.
    This attribute is an ignorable attribute.
2) Introduce a new OPC part.  The direct child elements of the 
    root element are CREPL schemas, as specified in 19757-7.
3) The @c attrribute specify which of the direct child elements 
    is used for the cell in question.

Option B)

1 and 3) are the same as in A).
2) Introduce a new OPC part.  Each direct child element of the root
    element references a CREPDL schema, which is another OPC part.

Which do you think is better?  Do we have to introduce relationship element (in sheetx.xml.rels) for each sheetx.xml?


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