P.O. Boxes etc

Bernhard Reiter bernhard at intevation.de
Fri Jan 19 16:53:21 CET 2007

Hi Joon,

On Friday 19 January 2007 06:11, Joon Radley wrote:
> Nope the new format would read:
> {<address>
>   <type>(string, default home)</type>
>   {<street>(string, default empty)</street>}
>   {<pobox>(string, default empty)</pobox>}
>   <locality>(string, default empty)</locality>
>   <region>(string, default empty)</region>
>   <postal-code>(string, default empty)</postal-code>
>   <country>(string, default empty)</country>
> </address>}
> Either the <street> or the <pobox> must be present in the <address>
> structure, but not both. If both are present the <pobox> is used.

There are postal addresses in Germany that do not have a street
nor a pobox, it would be okay, if they both are missing.
Would that be okay as well?

> The <k-pobox> is only if you want a separate address in the root of the
> tree that is just a pobox address, this would be like a <address>
> structure. The k- is to show that it is a KDE custom tag.

Ah, now I get it. No I do not think this is necessary.

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