Peter Flynn wrote:
>>I am confused. what extra Greek letters are you talking about?
>Those declared in "-//TEI TR1 W4:1992//ENTITIES Extra Classial Greek
I guess this predates my involvement in the TEI. I cannnot see any
reference to that in P4 or P5
>They are *already* in existing (SGML) files as character entities.
>I want to automate their conversion to Unicode characters for XML,
>rather than hand-edit the files.
oh, I see, you want them as entities in the SGML DTD. my apologies, I
>Having said that, there are many reasons why one might want to keep
>ASCII encoding for archive copies of TEI documents, rather than use
>UTF-8 files, not the least of which is that many potential users of
>TEI documents are not in a position to use UTF-8 conformant software.
everyone is in a position to; many, I agree, choose not to enter the
21st century :-}
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