Charles Muller wrote:
> Kyle wrote:
>>My question is this: Is there some subset of the TEI that
>>would serve this bibliographical purpose?
> There are many people on this list who can give more authoritative answers
> to these questions, but since this is an area that I have done a bit of work
> with, I will mention a couple of points, which you can regard as a sort of
> preliminary information.
> The basic answer is quite clearly *yes*, as TEI has paid great attention to
> the development of bibliographical frameworks. The P4 document has an area
> that talks about bibliographies, and if you look at the reference tag
> documentation, or the TEI2 DTD itself, you will find most of what you need
> by starting with the <bibl> and <biblStruct> elements.
> <bibl> allows for more freely structured bibliographies, while <biblStruct>
> (which I have been using in all of my manuscripts for over a year now) will
> create a constrained structure bibliography, which can be readily rendered
> into any standard publisher's bibliography format with style sheets.
> I developed a DTD for doing <biblStruct>-based bibliography documents, which
> I will attach here, along with a sample bibliography. Hope this helps.
couldn't see the attachment. As I'm going to prepare a hefty
bibliography (in MS .doc format at the moment ...) for web publication,
and I'm a newbie to TEI, I'm very interested in this topic.
I would also like to know how difficult it would be to produce different
HTML files from a single XML one using the appropriate tools (e.g. I
would like to produce a date-ordered and an author-ordered bibliography).
Thanks in advance.
Roberto Rosselli Del Turco e-mail: [log in to unmask]
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