On 4 Aug 2012, at 15:50, Michelle Dalmau <[log in to unmask]>
> I also found that xml:id does not prompt for pre-defined values in Oxygen.
do you mean that? it would be unusual to specify a list of values for @xml:id.
> It, of course, works with RelaxNG, but after inquiring with our technical team, our e-text repository and encoding workflows are tightly integrated with W3C. I could change the local encoding practices and switch at time of upload, but that's a significant task.
why does your e-text repository need to know how you validate your file in oXygen? set it up so that your prefererred schema is the
default for <TEI> documents, and then proceed. Or is your repository insisting that the file have a hard-wired link to a schema?
> In any case, if the TEI Council thinks this is an issue worth exploring, and if indeed the valList and xml:id prompting is a problem with ODD to W3C translation, I just wanted to document these two issues as part of this thread.
I am not sure what the Council can do about it?
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