[tei-council] [TEI-notify] SF.net SVN: tei:[9835] trunk/P5/Source/Specs

Pierazzo, Elena elena.pierazzo at kcl.ac.uk
Mon Nov 28 16:48:56 EST 2011

It may be a mess, I agree, but at the end of the day we always said that
<line> is syntactic sugar for <zone type="line">, so I think this makes a
lot of sense, actually.
By the way, I have asked for having <zone> available within <line> since
at least last year when I encoded the examples fro Zadar: glad to see that
it finally makes sense to someone else, thanks Lou!

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On 28/11/2011 16:36, "Martin Holmes" <mholmes at uvic.ca> wrote:

>I'll have a good look at the Bovelles example when I get a chance. But I
>do think this will lead to rather a big mess. It'll now be legal to have
>lines containing zones containing surfaceGrps containing surfaces
>containing zones containing lines, won't it?
>On 11-11-28 08:18 AM, Lou Burnard wrote:
>> Yes, redoing the bovelles example made me realise that we have to permit
>> zones with lines. Horrible, I agree, but there's no other way of
>> transcribing the content of a zone which happens to be inside another
>> zone you're already transcribing. Consider the "pendans" zone.
>> (Yes, I knew I screwed up the commit the first time round... hope it;s
>> right this time!)
>> On 28/11/11 16:12, Martin Holmes wrote:
>>> Is this right -- zones within lines? I don't remember anything about
>>> this. Lines within zones certainly, but I thought that had been enacted
>>> a while ago.
>>> On 11-11-28 08:00 AM, louburnard at users.sourceforge.net wrote:
>>>> Revision: 9835
>>>>              http://tei.svn.sourceforge.net/tei/?rev=9835&view=rev
>>>> Author:   louburnard
>>>> Date:     2011-11-28 16:00:19 +0000 (Mon, 28 Nov 2011)
>>>> Log Message:
>>>> -----------
>>>> change content model to permit zones within lines
>>>> Modified Paths:
>>>> --------------
>>>>        trunk/P5/Source/Specs/line.xml
>>>>        trunk/P5/Source/Specs/zone.xml
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