If I understand your problem correctly, you are using the tei_ms example
to generate a schema, and it doesn't have the app element. To get the
app element you would need to include the textcrit module. The tei_ms
example by default does not include textcrit. It is an example
customisation solely intended as a starting point for manuscript
description. To this end it includes modules: header, linking, core,
tei, textstructure, namesdates, transcr, and msdescription. Just
because one is doing a manuscript description one need not also be
creating a critical apparatus.
The documentation on the TEI website refers always to the full tei
abstract module (as instantiated in the tei_all schema). Customising
the tei_ms example in roma to include the app element, should be as easy
as going to the modules tab and clicking 'add' next to the textcrit
module, and regenerating the schema.
Or am I missing the point of what you wanted to do?
Tomaz Erjavec wrote:
> I've just noticed that the Roma schema for manuscript descriptions does
> not contain app - I've tried the standard tei_ms parametrisation, which
> looks just fine, but in the schema app is missing from
> model.pPart.transcriptional - this is from the documentation:
> model.pPart.transcriptional groups phrase-level elements used for
> editorial transcription of pre-existing source materials. ModuleteiUsed
> bysubst model.pPart.editMembers add corr damage del orig reg restore sic
> supplied unclear
> Looks like a bug somewhere..
Dr James Cummings, Research Technologies Service, University of Oxford
James dot Cummings at oucs dot ox dot ac dot uk