[tei-council] should an ODD say which version of the TEI it applies to?

Sebastian Rahtz sebastian.rahtz at oucs.ox.ac.uk
Tue Nov 14 05:26:19 EST 2006

Of course, an ODD document is itself a TEI document, and can use the 
@version attribute
on its own <TEI>. Would that do? If you don't want the default, provide 
a manual override
of <TEI version="5.0"> when 5.1 comes out.

Note that the ODD processing _does_ produce an intermediate file
with all the expanded info in it (Lou was using this for another
application recently). You can get this by saying --debug on
command-line Roma, and you'll see foo.compiled.odd

Maybe we should formalize this a bit more and have an option
for Roma to generate it?

Sebastian Rahtz      

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