[tei-council] @source and @version for versioning an ODD

Laurent Romary laurent.romary at inria.fr
Sun Nov 6 22:52:33 EST 2011

We then need perhaps eradicate any reference to proprietary references (comprising tei:2.1.7) and focus our reader on using full blown URLs
See you soon,

Le 6 nov. 2011 à 23:06, Lou Burnard a écrit :

> On 06/11/11 14:29, Laurent Romary wrote:
>>> --
>> That's exactly what I meant. The point is just that @source is unspecified to give guidance as to how to refer to a non TEI background.
> not quite.
> "The value specified for the source attribute, when it is supplied as a 
> URL, specifies any convenient location from which the relevant ODD files 
> may be obtained. For the current release of the TEI Guidelines, a URL in 
> the form http://www.tei-c.org/Vault/P5/x.y.z/xml/tei/odd/p5subset.xml 
> may be used, where x.y.z represents the version number, e.g. 1.3.0. 
> Alternatively, if the ODD files are locally installed, it may be more 
> convenient to supply a value such as ../ODDs/p5subset.xml".
> The value for the source attribute may any form of URI. A set of 
> TEI-conformant specifications in a form directly usable by an ODD 
> processor must be available at the location indicated. When no source 
> value is supplied, an ODD processor may either raise an error or assume 
> that the location of the current release of the TEI Guidelines is intended."
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