I concur with both the praise and the pernik. Where the latter will bite
you is with a parser such as Saxon (I speak from the experience of
searching JavaDocs a long while to figure out what I had done wrong).
The white space and positioning question is one I'll be trying to solve at
least one way over the long weekend we have before us in the States.
At 05:27 PM 11/27/02 +0000, you wrote:
>On Tue, 2002-11-26 at 22:35, chris.hamilton-emery wrote:
> > For anyone interested I've posted an example of a poetry collection at
> > http://saltpublishing.com/190007267Xbook.xml
> > I'd appreciate any comments.
> > (I think you'll have to view the source or save to disk in order to get at
> > this. )
>its a lovely bit of TEI XML, a positive pleasure
>being a pernicky bastard, I'll point out
>that "C:/TEI/DTD/myPizza.dtd" is a not a
>valid value for the SYSTEM part of a doctype
>declaration, as that is supposed to be a URI. "C:" is
>not a recognized protocol in that context
>Sebastian Rahtz <[log in to unmask]>
>Oxford University Computing Services