Re: is the use of "patelt" unique to font-config?

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It's short for "pattern element". Nothing more.

On Tue, Sep 25, 2018 at 6:26 AM, Weiwu Zhang <a@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:

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    <patelt name="property">

    Patelt elements hold a single pattern element and list of
    values. They must have a 'name' attribute which indicates the
    pattern element name.  Patelt elements include int, double,
    string, matrix, bool, charset and const elements.

I have never seen this English word before, not to mention its use as
a list of possible values for a property to match. Is this innovative
use of Patelt part of XML vocabulary somewhere or purely originated in

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