> If we agree on the single-term-with-internal-structure approach, then
> we need to decide what separates the subterms; and I guess whitespace
> is as good an answer as any, since it's already semi-magical for the
> purpose of separating words for the use of the "any" and "all"
That was why I chose it :)
> All of this is by way of saying, in a rather roundabout way (:-) that
> I agree with Rob's solution; though I recognise that it's a
It certainly is, but we already have multiple 'word' terms with all/any,
so it's at least consistent.
The issue, of course, is when you want to have multiple terms to a single
relation which include whitespace. However, this seems unlikely to occur
in a form that can't be expressed as multiple and/or clauses.
BTW, we have 'all' for and, 'any' for or, but not 'none' for not.
I think it'd be consistent and useful to add this in 1.1, especially as it
gives us a single clause to express NOT
dc.creator none "sanderson dovey levan"