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    Luca
    @sevendays
    Hi all. I just noticed that if an item has childs inside the same document these are not listed inside child_items. Is this by design?
    Jace Browning
    @jacebrowning
    In my opinion, a document should not be able to have items which are linked to items in the same document.
    Luca
    @sevendays
    I'm using this trickery to decompose requirements. I noticed this works when you look up parents starting from child but not the other way around
    An example is the vehicle speed information: while a system could just get a speed from any source to work, we usually take speed from multiple sources to increase reliability or make safety metrics easier
    Manu Chaudhary
    @mchaudh4
    Hi I am trying to understand doorstop? Need some links to understand it better?
    Manu Chaudhary
    @mchaudh4
    how to use different font color? Tables?
    Milan
    @milanlakhani
    @chaundh I haven't found much online to help with this. Think it's just a Python based requirements management system where each requirement is saved as its own object in a yaml file, with version control compatibility and a hierachy such that when a parent changes, the child is marked as 'Needs Review'
    Does anyone know how to included extend attributes in their Yaml files without getting "ERROR: Invalid Contents"?
    *Extended Attributes
    Jace Browning
    @jacebrowning
    @milanlakhani you may want to check your indentation in the YAML or check it against an online YAML validator
    Milan
    @milanlakhani
    Thanks Jace, interesting, I have checked with a validator and parsed the yaml files using the js-yaml module which did work but I'll try different validators anyway
    Milan
    @milanlakhani
    yaml file example https://pastebin.com/JxG9JEB8
    Milan
    @milanlakhani
    I've checked with a lot of link checkers and they all say valid yaml
    Milan
    @milanlakhani
    Just to ask again: Does anyone know how to included extend attributes in their Yaml files without getting "ERROR: Invalid Contents"?
    *Extended attributes
    Jace Browning
    @jacebrowning
    @milanlakhani the YAML file you linked doesn't look anything like the format of files created by Doorstop. Extended attributes exist as key-value pairs in each item file: https://doorstop.readthedocs.io/en/latest/reference/item/#extended-attributes
    Milan
    @milanlakhani
    Thanks Jace! :) (Sorry I assumed it would work to import any correct yaml file and didn't look closely enough at our yaml files to realise they are not just regular key value pairs)