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Subject: Re: [sword-devel] HELP! Need your feedback on XML Markup Language
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This may not be a very helpful solution, but here goes.  Why have the
<Verse> tag encapsulate the text?  I was discussing this issue with a
friend, and he pointed out that the verse markers were not in the
original text.  Therefore, would it be okay to use the verse tag as a
marker in the text rather than a tag which is a parent to the text?
Something like this
<Verse number="10" />
is what I'm thinking.  Just another idea to think about.