> I plan to look into the feasability of making an XML-version of the
> TEI DTDs and so would be very happy to know if anybody else is
> already doing something along those lines.
While I'm sure (or at least I hope) that Lou and Steve will have much
to say along these lines in the near future, I suppose my "carthage
to XML" converter is along similar, if not the same lines. I have a
routine that takes as input a file created from the Pizza Chef, and
spits out an XML version thereof. The generated XML is not intended
for data constraint, though (our files are constrained upon creation
with SGML), but merely to make XML applications happy. The biggest
difference is that no attempt is made to intelligently convert
content models and propegate exceptions -- all content models are
replaced with the keyword ANY :-).
> ... TEI-Lite is a result of filtering - or pizza-chefing - ... and
> in my eyes dangerous since so many seem to consider it an
> independent DTD which should or could be modified
Yes! I couldn't agree more.