Hi everybody, this is my first posting in this list but I'm reading it since
a long time.
I'm studying the use of TEI to realize critical editions of Romance Medieval
> On Tue, 3 Feb 2004, Hans G. Ehrbar wrote:
> > While we are at the subject: can this choice structure also be used
> > for page breaks which fall inside a word?
> > For instance
> > <choice>
> > <option type="xxxx">reconstituted</option>
> > <option type="yyyy">reconsti- <pb n="77">
> tuted</option> </choice>
> > What would be good keywords for "xxxx" and "yyyy" here?
I'm not so much agree with using <choice> so often. It seems to me it could
be used every time two or more concurrent hyerarchies come together: it's
like to say "always". This creates verbose codify so that it'll become
Only for particular kind of correction, like substitutions, I suggest to
contain <add> and <del> into <corr> tag or <subst>.
A particular substitution I found in my work is when, in a manuscript, a
second hand modify a sign to create a new one, i.e. a question mark become a
full stop because of the deletion of it's upper part. How do you codify it?
Dott. Paolo Rembadi
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CRILet (Centro Ricerche Informatica e Letteratura)
UniversitÓ degli Studi di Roma "La Sapienza"