[tei-council] textLang and http://purl.org/tei/fr/3275613
mholmes at uvic.ca
Tue Dec 6 12:21:44 EST 2011
You have a typo "geenerated".
This bit also needs to lose a comma, or gain one:
"...a manuscript description written in French which specifies that a
particular manuscript contains predominantly German but also some Latin
material, might have a textLang element like the following:"
It needs a comma after "German", or it needs to lose the one after
"material", otherwise you're separating your subject from your predicate
with a comma.
I seem to be incapable of doing anything except finding typos these
days. I hereby designate myself Chief Typo Hunter. Given the number of
ancient ones we found in chapter 11, perhaps I should be reading the
whole guidelines from the beginning. Dreadful thort, though, that is.
On 11-12-06 06:54 AM, James Cummings wrote:
> I have done this, but not updated the prose or examples further
> to indicate it is available in analytic/monogr/series as well.
> Might someone with a better understanding of bibliographic markup
> be willing to look at its discussion in CO? The bit I partly
> plagiarised from MS is found at:
> but now that it is available more widely maybe it should be
> rewritten and inserted elsewhere?
> On 05/12/11 17:33, Laurent Romary wrote:
>> +1; go ahead James.
>> Le 5 déc. 2011 à 18:19, Kevin Hawkins a écrit :
>>> On 12/5/2011 12:12 PM, James Cummings wrote:
>>>> I note that I was not asked to add this to the content model of
>>>> <analytic> or<monogr>.... is that a problem? I.e. you can now
>>>> say what languages a work uses when using<bibl> but not
>>> More precisely, you can now give the language of a work described in
>>> <biblStruct> but not of the work in<analytic> or<monogr> within a
>>> <biblStruct>. I am in support of adding it to these two elements, plus
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>> Laurent Romary
>> INRIA& HUB-IDSL
>> laurent.romary at inria.fr
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