@ed-when

The attribute ed-when marks the date or time when an element or its content was edited (added or modified)

The value of must always conform to an ISO date or dateTime pattern. See the section called “Dates and times”.

Along with @ed-who, this forms the Edit Stamp pattern. See the section called “Edit Stamp”

This attribute is inheritable. See the section called “Attribute inheritability and priority”

Formal Definition

(
   dateTime 
   date )

Defined at: TAN-core.rng

Used by: ~ed-stamp

[Caution]Caution

Date attributes must be castable either as xs:dateTime or xs:date

[Caution]Caution

Future dates are not permitted.

Example 8.19. @ed-when

   <head>
      .........
      <see-also relationship="model">
         .........
      </see-also>
      <definitions ed-who="park" ed-when="2015-10-31">
         <work>
            .........
         </work>
         <div-type xml:id="l">
            .........
         </div-type>
         <person xml:id="park">
            .........
         </person>
         .........
      </definitions>
      <alter>
         .........
      </alter>
      .........
   </head>


[Note]Note

Taken from ring-o-roses.eng.1987

Example 8.20. @ed-when

      <definitions>
         <morphology xml:id="penn" ed-when="2015-08-20-04:00" ed-who="park">
            <IRI>tag:kalvesmaki.com,2014:tan-r-mor:eng:penn</IRI>
            <name>Penn Treebank tag set</name>
            <location href="../TAN-mor/eng.kalvesmaki.com%2C2014.2.xml" when-accessed="2015-11-03-05:00"/>
         </morphology>
         <lexicon xml:id="english">
            .........
         </lexicon>
         .........
      </definitions>


[Note]Note

Taken from ring-o-roses.eng.1881.lm

Example 8.21. @ed-when

   <head>
      .........
      <comment when="2015-03-10" who="kalvesmaki">Codes developed as a synthesis of
         ftp://ftp.cis.upenn.edu/pub/treebank/doc/tagguide.ps.gz and
         http://www.comp.leeds.ac.uk/amalgam/tagsets/upenn.html</comment>
      <definitions ed-when="2015-03-03" ed-who="kalvesmaki">
         <person xml:id="kalvesmaki">
            .........
         </person>
         <algorithm xml:id="xslt1">
            .........
         </algorithm>
         <role xml:id="editor">
            .........
         </role>
         .........
      </definitions>
      <resp roles="editor" who="kalvesmaki"/>
      .........
   </head>


[Note]Note

Taken from eng.kalvesmaki.com,2014.2