On Mon, 2005-09-05 at 09:56, Sebastian Rahtz wrote:
> James Cummings wrote:
> > If one were to store what the basic unit of granularity should be for
> > a particular text, where would one store this? Let's say I want all
> > searches on this text to return results of <div type="poem"> and in
> > another <div type="scene">, is there an intelligible way I can store
> > this so my xslt can pick it up on a document-by-document basis?
> makes me pretty nervous to fix in the text encoding what the granularity
> should be,
> but how about using a PI? <?tei-granularity div?>
If the document has an accepted way of being referenced, this can
be encoded in the step or state elements in refsDecl, and used for
this purpose (eg for the Bible, testament/book/chapter/verse) and
the user given the lowest depth by default, with the canonical
reference beside it, segmented into links which will return
progerssively larger units.
Or something like...