[tei-council] @dur seems to be unavailable
mholmes at uvic.ca
Thu Nov 3 18:30:21 EDT 2011
I should have seen this:
<classSpec xmlns="http://www.tei-c.org/ns/1.0" module="spoken"
predeclare="true" type="atts" ident="att.duration">
But I was led astray by the Guidelines, which say:
Module tei — 1 The TEI Infrastructure
In any case, this _has_ to be the wrong place for duration. In this
case, I need duration for specifying the relative timing of fictional
events which have no specific real date or time; I need none of the
elements in spoken at all, and I've excluded them all. It seems silly to
be forced to include a module when you don't want any of its elements.
I think duration should be pulled in automatically by namesdates as well
as by spoken. I'm not sure of the mechanism for doing this, though.
Should I put in a ticket for this?
On 11-11-03 03:11 PM, Lou Burnard wrote:
> You need to include the spoken module to get this attribute.
> On 03/11/11 22:02, Martin Holmes wrote:
>> I'm sure I'm missing something obvious here, but I just generated a
>> schema in the online Roma with core stuff + corpus + namesdates +
>> textcrit, and I was expecting @dur to be available on<date> and<time>,
>> but it's not.
>> If I do "change attributes" on<date>, @dur is not one of the options.
>> @dur is defined in att.duration.w3c.
>> att.duration is a member of att.duration.w3c.
>> <date> is a member of att.duration.
>> In addition, there's also a macroSpec called data.duration.w3c, which
>> defines the datatype for W3C durations.
>> What am I missing here? I can't find any bug reports or FRs relating to
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