Francois Lachance writes:
> When several TEI tag sets are combined into a project's DTD, there are
> declarations that contain groups with occurrence indicators. This is not
these get compiled away if you make a DTD using the TEI pizza chef.
> possible any future XML-compliant Web browser). The parser of course kicks
> up a fuss when parsed charater data #PCDATA is declared to be allowable in
> a group that uses connector indicators other than "or".
If you plan to use XML software, the only reliable way to proceed is
to bake a DTD using the pizza web tool (or the maketeidtd command-line
tool). The result is a valid XML DTD. *unless*
a) you ask for a dictionary component, which is broken vis-a-vis XML
or b) you find a new bug in the software :-}
(if you meet b), report it!!)
as has been noted, the ability to make up TEI DTDs using the `normal'
SGML method of playing around with nice parameter entities is not
really the way to go yet. perhaps we can jump straight to schemas :-}