[tei-council] 4 questions about TD
sebastian.rahtz at oucs.ox.ac.uk
Fri Jun 2 11:33:24 EDT 2006
Syd Bauman wrote:
> is probably a better name. If we'd like to stick to the idea that it
> is far more generic than that, and what a <macroSpec> declares just
> happens to be instantiated in RelaxNG as a pattern, then it is
> probably better to avoid the confusion of calling them "patterns" in
> the text or GI.
this would be the safer course. one might use ODD with
some language other than RELAXNG, after all.
> validate this, I'd say we should do it with Schematron. (But that's
> only if we keep the attribute, which does seem a bit redundant --
> Sebastian, do you actually find it particularly helpful?)
I certainly make use of it in defining XSLT keys. If you said
I had to replace "@type='model'" with "not(tei:attList)", I'd
live with it.
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