Syd Bauman writes:
> Although it is true that existing documents that are valid against
> "-//TEI P3//DTD Main DTD Driver File 1994-05//EN" may not be valid
> against "-//TEI P3//DTD Main DTD Driver File 2001-10//EN" (or whatever)
I was a bit surprised by this putative FPI (although it does say 'or
whatever'), and more so when I looked at the draft of the P4.
It's 'P4' isn't it, so why is P3 still used throughout?
E.g. in http://www.tei-c.org/P4X/SG.html#SG182:
More usually, the document type definition will be held in a separate
file and invoked by reference, as follows:
<!DOCTYPE tei.2 PUBLIC "-//TEI P3//DTD Main Document Type//EN">
This is an instance of an unmodified TEI type document
Or in all the module intros, e.g. in http://www.tei-c.org/P4X/AI.html:
<!-- [DAI] 15.: Simple analytic mechanisms -->
<!--Text Encoding Initiative:
Guidelines for Electronic Text Encoding and Interchange.
Document TEI P3, 1994.-->
Anyway, it just seems strange to call P4 documents P3.
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