<handDesc> and its sub-elements seem at least as expressive as
<handList>, so I think removing handList is a good idea. (Mind you,
epigraphers might not like being forced to use a 'manuscript'
On another point, a TEI P5 document in oXygen version 7 (beta) doesn't
allow a mainLang attribute for textLang, but does have langKey. Is this
On Wed, 2006-01-11 at 18:39 +0000, Lou Burnard wrote:
> This raises a difficult question, which seems to have been overlooked.
> The <handList> element (which is made available by the PH module) more
> or less duplicates the functionality of the <handDesc> element (which is
> made available by the MS module). It makes little sense to provide
> both. My inclination would be to remove the former: what do others think?