Syd Bauman writes:
> I have to admit I was only thinking SGML. Is TEI ready for prime time
> in XML yet?
would anyone seriously advise a new project to consider anything
except XML? OK, under some very exceptional circumstances perhaps. I
cannot see a way in which TEI XML is not ready for prime time
> As pointed out by Dave Pawson on this list last month
> there are TEI elements for which no XML content model exists.
oh, apart from that :-} yes, dictionaries are the exception....
> ohter hand, my gut instinct is that it's very easy to get a hold of a
> validator, but another thing entirely to get it installed and running
> on any given system.
if you are talking XML, then putting the single RXP binary on your path
rxp -V -s filename.xml
is actually not that hard....
> Not only can I not tell the Oxford page what FPI I want to use
> for my extension files, I can't get it to use my extension files
> at all.
the Oxford pizza is due for a rewrite to solve some of these
issues. what other requests do list members have, while we are on the