[tei-council] Fwd: <hi> in <tagUsage>?
lou.burnard at oucs.ox.ac.uk
Fri Oct 5 16:01:50 EDT 2007
Well, it's true that the current model for tagUsage, as for most other
header elements, uses the limitedPhrase class, and it's true that this
does *not* include classes of elements, like hi, which are intended to
represent properties of the source text. But that is what Council
originally agreed it should be, so I am a bit reluctant to change it,
unless you can come up with some compelling reason why this "doesn't
It's easy enough to add model.hiLike into the mix, obviously.
John A. Walsh wrote:
> Hi all,
> According to my investigations, in the current release of P5,
> <tagUsage> cannot contain <hi>, although it can contain things like
> <emph>. This doesn't seem right.
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