Questions about implementation and spec information for Machine Industry Task

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prereq has the open unchanged content model of section, prelreqs has a more restrictive content model derived from the S1000D standard. We are going to provide a full definition for the language specification.

postreq has the open unchanged content model of section, closereqs has a more restrictive content model derived from the S1000D standard. We are going to provide a full definition for the language specification.

To have it grouped at the end of the content model, right next to example. Actually it is a section type but as example has the same content model like section we have selected this as base element.

"prelreq" is a specialization of section, "closereqs" is a specialization of "example" and should be added to the task. prereq and postreq should be replaced

the content model of taskbody will theoretically change from:

   (prereq | context | section)*, (steps | steps-unordered | process)?, result?, example*, postreq?

to

   (context | section | prelreqs)*, (steps | steps-unordered | process)?, result?, example*, closereqs?

A description of prelreqs and closereqs should be added in the DITA 1.2 documentation.

no order required, see example above

1) to be precise, the specialization of section and example in mitask.ent will look as follows:

<!ENTITY % mitask-d-section "prelreqs" >

<!ENTITY % mitask-d-example "closereqs" >

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