[tei-council] Fwd: Some more on notatedMusic to the council

Sebastian Rahtz sebastian.rahtz at oucs.ox.ac.uk
Tue Jun 28 15:29:24 EDT 2011

On 28 Jun 2011, at 20:23, Martin Holmes wrote:

>> Hmm. "XInclude has lots of support" (MH) "XInclude ... is pretty
>> badly supported". (SR)
> oXygen supports it; XMLSpy supports it; Java supports it (since 1.5); 
> Saxon supports it; eXist has partial support for it.

but only the crude simple import, not the cool stuff with xpointer. anyway,
I am probably wrong, I thought saxon did not support it.

>> And, like Sebastian, I think<ptr>  does something else.
> What exactly does it do, though? What's the difference between 
> transcluding binary data and pointing at it, in a situation in which we 
> don't actually import it all into a <binaryObject>?

perhaps we're getting hung up on the word "transclude". let's go
back to HTML - to my mind <graphic> == <img> and
<ptr> == <a>.  which are surely different beasts? 
Sebastian Rahtz      
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