[tei-council] Re: TEI P5 release 0.7
arianna.ciula at kcl.ac.uk
Mon May 28 07:49:29 EDT 2007
I have noticed that <att>nymKey</att> has now correctly become
<att>nymRef</att> (therefore datat.pointer); however there is still one
reference to <att>nymKey</att> in the ND prose.
I suppose we could deal with this tomorrow, but since it's an easy fix
and the new chapter is already public, I thought useful to point it out.
Sebastian Rahtz wrote:
> A new release of P5 has just slipped its mooring and glided away into
> the darkling night,
> accompanied by its Stylesheets and Roma consorts, intent on havoc across
> the text
> encoding oceans.
> This release is relatively minor, but is the start of what I hope will
> be 4 more releases
> before the final 1.0; so expect to see the predators emerging once a
> month or so from now on.
> The release includes many small fixes made at the TEI Council's spring
> meeting in Berlin, though there are a lot still to come from that. Among
> (obscure) things you may notice:
> *) the hoary old entities/macros mix.drama, mix.verse etc are all gone.
> if conceivably you mourn their passing, let us know
> *) the macro.component object has also gone, replaced by simply
> a call to macro.common. You may have this in an existing ODD file
> - contact me if you cannot see how to fix.
> *) the att.naming class adds a new @ref attribute to things like <name>.
> This removes a confusion whereby the @key attribute was said to allow
> either a token or a URL pointer. Now you have to make up your mind -
> use @ref if its a pointer, @key if its a private token.
> No, the @rend attribute has NOT changed its datatype
> or semantics in this release.
> As ever, the release is on Sourceforge, on the Debian package repository
> at http://tei.oucs.ox.ac.uk/teideb/, and on the TEI web site. A Live
> CD will be ready shortly, Dr Who permitting (UK readers
> will know whta I mean...)
Dr Arianna Ciula
Centre for Computing in the Humanities
King's College London
London WC2R 2LS (UK)
Tel: +44 (0)20 78481945
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