I am making a sample bibliography application for my colleagues in
Buddhist Studies using the TEI <biblStruct> element and its children
(this time, the right way, inside a full TEI DTD). I have put up a
sample XML bibliography file, along with linked DTD and XSLT files in a
downloadable zip file for beginners to try, along with a small explanation.
I'm still working on ironing out various aspects of the XSL, so I
haven't announced yet on my BS list, but I figured I would let the TEI
people know about it in advance. I know that most of you are doing far
more sophisticated things than this, but newcomers might be able to
learn from a small project like of this sort. Go to:
As the "/temp/" in the URL indicates, this is still under development,
and so the final URL will be changed, but directly accessible from the
main page of my site.
The links for instructions on downloading and usage are readily visible
near the top of the file.
Any comments from the pros (or the not-so-pros) would be warmly
appreciated. If this seems fruitful for enough of my colleagues, I may
go ahead and do the same sort of thing with a full journal-style
Charles Muller <[log in to unmask]>
Faculty of Humanities, Toyo Gakuen University
Digital Dictionary of Buddhism and CJKV-English Dictionary [http://www.acmuller.net]
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