On Tue, Jul 7, 2009 at 1:27 PM, Laurent Romary<[log in to unmask]> wrote:
> Le 7 juil. 09 à 14:18, Sebastian Rahtz a écrit :
>> Emmanuelle Morlock-Gerstenkorn wrote:
>>> When a note is under the responsibility of two encoders (for example #E1
>>> and #E2), is it possible to
>>> have <note resp="#E1 #E2">blablabla</note> ?
>> if my memory is right, no note/@resp only allows one value.
> one possibility would be to point to a personGrp, wouldn't it?
This was going to be my suggestion as well.
>>> Is it then possible to express a kind of a boolean "OR" with the syntax
>>> of the attributes ?
>>> For example if, in a manuscript, the trancriber find it difficult to
>>> elucidate the right "hand" out of a list of 2, but know it cannot be the
>>> other hands found in the manuscript.
>>> So the hand is #H1 OR #H2 but NOT #H3, #H4, #H5... How would you express
>>> that ?
>> you cant, in the schema. what it means to have multiple values is not
>> by the schema, but by your interpretation.
>>> In general, is it possible to introduce set of values like for the rend
>>> attribute as it exemplified below ?
>> some attributes allow multiple values, others not. an example which does:
>> <lem wit="#El #Hg">Experience</lem>
>> but there are many others besides @rend.
>> Sebastian Rahtz Information Manager, Oxford University Computing
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>> que el futuro no me sea indiferente
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