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?>
Though I always tend to avoid them, maybe this is an argument for using numbered
divs? So always return me the <div2> level?
Yes, I understand your nervousness about fixing it in the text. Let's say for a
particular implementation of delivery of a collection of said documents, we
wanted to have it stored in a separate file. One entry for each document in the
collection. Sort of a TEI databank of document descriptions for processing in
this one specific application. What would such a document look like?
Dr James Cummings, Oxford Text Archive, University of Oxford
James dot Cummings at oucs dot ox dot ac dot uk