On Mon, Feb 25, 2002 at 06:03:05PM +0900, Charles Muller wrote:
> thread, Spy doesn't seem to work with the full TEI DTD. I have just tried it
> again with XMetal 3.0, but it still regards the full TEI2 DTD as invalid.
<aside>XMetal 3? I didnt know that was out. </aside>
> I am working with a mixed CJK/roman text done in UTF-8, and I can't get the
> Chinese characters and diacriticals all to display correctly at the same
> time using Emacs (it can probably be done, but I presently don't have a week
> to spend trying to figure out how).
do you have *any* system which lets you do mixed CJK/roman well?
> I am working on a manuscript that I have to finish shortly, so I don't have
> time to keep fiddling around with this. I will have no choice, once again,
> but just to make my own DTD. I hope some of these things can eventually be
> worked out so that one doesn't have to be a hacker to use TEI.
DTD issues are orthogonal to font issues. If you design your own DTD,
it doesn't help with the CJK+roman issue.
Forgive my cheek, but if you know enough SGML/XML to design your own DTD,
I am surprised you find the language in the pizza chef hard to follow?
It's all fairly standard stuff from the DTD world.
Wait until you get into schemas. Then your head really starts to go
round and round :-}
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