I've distilled the two .doc files and posted:
ipp-pro-971023.pdf PDF with no revision marks
ipp-pro-971023-rev-red.pdf PDF with red revisions marks
ipp-pro-971023-rev-black.pdf PDF with black revision marks
At 19:44 10/23/1997 PDT, Robert Herriot wrote:
>>It appears that ftp truncated 16 bytes off one file and 18 off of another
>even though I remember using binary mode. The files were both corrupted
>at around byte 60,000
>>So I have downloaded new files, which at least have the correct byte count.
>I removed all the old corrupt files.
>>They are in:
>>ftp://ftp.pwg.org/pub/pwg/ipp/new_PRO.>>The files are
>> ipp-pro-971023.doc MS Word with no revision marks
> ipp-pro-971023-rev.doc MS Word with revisions marks
> ipp-pro-971023.txt text with no revision marks
>>The revisions are with respect to the October 14 release.
>>The changes are:
>>The revisions are for the following issues:
>> Peter Zehler's request for clarifications with no changes to protocol
>> A minor typo in the grammar.
>> Changes for notification removal -- none
>> Changes for charset and language: description of text, examples, table
> of attributes for operations.
>> bug fix: I found that the naturalLanguage type couldn't be used with
> both the value of the attribute attributes-natural-language and
> to override one attribute value because in the former case the
> value stands alone and in the latter case it combines with the
> following text or name value. So I added a compoundValue value-tag
> type whose value specifies the number of following "values" that
> form a compound value. A name with a Canadian French override
> would consists of 3 "values": a compoundValue whose value is 2,
> a naturalLanguage whose value is "fr-CA" and the name value.
> (This solution is slightly different from the one I put in yesterday's
> version, but this is a more general solution that offers extensibility
> for things like a charset override.)