FrameMaker 5.5+SGML probably isn't working off the DTD itself (IIRC), but
rather off its own version of a schema (the format predates XML but is a
schema nonetheless), combining structural constraints with styling
information. The EDD format thing. It may not be set up (whoever set it
up?) with the full TEI content model.
I agree with Christian -- <div> is too tempting to leave alone. I've tried
to do nesting narratives with it, since <quote> clearly doesn't do it
either in all cases.
Bend or break? Data or model? Always the question. Maybe we need another
kind of div, or just a convention that they're fair game for redeclaring.
(Do I get a shot at the heresy award?)
At 07:36 PM 2/21/2003, you wrote:
>I use FrameMaker 5.5+SGML and it both allowed me to create this content
>using the TEI Lite dtd, as well as save and load it without notable
>objection. Which validator are you using? I will look into the DTD a
>bit later but it is confusing trying to read something meant for
"Thus I make my own use of the telegraph, without consulting
the directors, like the sparrows, which I perceive use it
extensively for a perch." -- Thoreau