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Comment:#Small doc addendum.
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User & Date: rolf 2020-05-01 21:59:18
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2020-05-02
00:39
Fix possible subtile bug. Simplified a bit. Closed-Leaf check-in: 37f071d9e0 user: rolf tags: expected-onlymandatory
2020-05-01
21:59
#Small doc addendum. check-in: 3bc0aa5169 user: rolf tags: expected-onlymandatory
21:55
Corrected typo. check-in: ac452581b3 user: rolf tags: expected-onlymandatory
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Changes to doc/schema.xml.

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                  <desc>Returns in no particular order the defined
                  named pattern in the grammer as list. If a named
                  pattern is namespaced its list entry will be itself
                  a list with two elements, with the name as first and
                  the namespace as second element.</desc>
              </optdef>
              <optdef>
                  <optname>expected</optname> <desc>Returns in no
                  particular order all posible next events (since the
                  last successful event match, if there was one) as a
                  list. If an element is namespaced its list entry
                  will be itself a list with two elements, with the

                  name as first and the namespace as second element.
                  If text is a possible next event the list entry will
                  be a two elements list, with #text as first element
                  and the empty space as second. If an any element
                  constraint is possible the list entry will be a two
                  elements list, with &lt;any> as first element and
                  the empty space as second. If an any element in a
                  certain namespace constraint is possible the list
                  entry will be a two elements list, with &lt;any> as
                  first element and the namespace as second. If
                  element end is a possible event the list entry will
                  be a two elements list with &lt;elementend> and the
                  empty string as second element.</desc>
              </optdef>
              <optdef>
                  <optname>definition name ?namespace?</optname>
                  <desc>Returns the code that defines the given
                  element. The command raises error if there isn't a
                  definition of that element.







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                  <desc>Returns in no particular order the defined
                  named pattern in the grammer as list. If a named
                  pattern is namespaced its list entry will be itself
                  a list with two elements, with the name as first and
                  the namespace as second element.</desc>
              </optdef>
              <optdef>
                  <optname>expected</optname>
                  <desc>Returns in no particular order all posible
                  next events (since the last successful event match,
                  if there was one) as a list. If an element is
                  namespaced its list entry will be itself a list with
                  two elements, with the name as first and the
                  namespace as second element. If text is a possible
                  next event the list entry will be a two elements
                  list, with #text as first element and the empty
                  space as second. If an any element constraint is
                  possible the list entry will be a two elements list,
                  with &lt;any> as first element and the empty space
                  as second. If an any element in a certain namespace
                  constraint is possible the list entry will be a two
                  elements list, with &lt;any> as first element and
                  the namespace as second. If element end is a
                  possible event the list entry will be a two elements
                  list with &lt;elementend> as first element and the
                  empty string as second element.</desc>
              </optdef>
              <optdef>
                  <optname>definition name ?namespace?</optname>
                  <desc>Returns the code that defines the given
                  element. The command raises error if there isn't a
                  definition of that element.