On Sat, Apr 13, 2002 at 02:09:50PM -0400, EHL wrote:
> chapters & footnotes) in my possession looked like good candidates for
> TEI encoding, specifically TEILITE. However, my teilite.dtd (from the
> U. of Virginia) is version 3.6.1 (09/09/1994) - rather ancient in a
> universe of developing standards. And as I cruised the web looking for
> newer versions
you should not need to cruise far - http://www.tei-c.org has all you
> (1) is teilite alive and well, and where would one find the latest dtd?
http://www.tei-c.org/Lite/DTD/ is the canonical home. You'd
normally use the XML version these days, of course.
> (2) is teilite an appropriate choice for the biographies I mentioned above?
very likely it has all you need.
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