Thanks ... that's not so bad, then.  You can just use the standard part
if you choose.  The way they talked, tho, they kept emphasizing standards
compliance.  I guess in their minds "standards compliance" meant that
supersets are OK, while in mine it doesn't.  Oh well.

Richard Conn, Principal Investigator
Reuse Tapestry

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David Botton

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> Very interesting ... I missed that.  They did not mention that at all at
> That's disappointing.  Have you used it enough to determine if we are
> looking
> at a superset of the standard or a deviation from the standard.