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  2. DIRSTUDIO-749

Syntaxes shouldn't have/use 'names' (or 'aliases') but 'description' instead

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      Currently the Schema Editor uses the name of a syntax in both the interface and the XML format files.
      This isn't correct according to the RFC.
      Syntaxes only have a 'description' but no 'names' (or 'aliases').

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        1h 2m 1 Pierre-Arnaud Marcelot 30/Nov/11 19:18
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        39d 17h 9m 1 Pierre-Arnaud Marcelot 09/Jan/12 12:28
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        8m 58s 1 Pierre-Arnaud Marcelot 09/Jan/12 12:36
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        Fix Version/s 2.0.0-M1 [ 12319458 ]
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        Summary Syntaxes shouldn't have 'names' (or 'aliases') but use 'description' instead. Syntaxes shouldn't have/use 'names' (or 'aliases') but 'description' instead
        Pierre-Arnaud Marcelot created issue -

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            Pierre-Arnaud Marcelot
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