On 25/08/10 17:52, Sebastian Rahtz wrote:
> On 25 Aug 2010, at 16:22, Adriaan van der Weel PB wrote:
>> For our book trade correspondence project, transcribing C19
>> correspondence between the Dutch publisher De Erven F. Bohn and
>> their authors, suppliers and booksellers, we have so far used the
>> P4 and more recently P5 DTD:
>> <!DOCTYPE TEI PUBLIC "-//TEI P5//DTD Main Document Type//EN"
>> "http://www.tei-c.org/release/xml/tei/schema/dtd//tei.dtd" [
>> <!ENTITY % TEI.header "INCLUDE">
>> <!ENTITY % TEI.core "INCLUDE">
>> <!ENTITY % TEI.textstructure "INCLUDE">
>> <!ENTITY % TEI.transcr "INCLUDE">
>> <!ENTITY % TEI.linking "INCLUDE">
>> <!ENTITY % TEI.namesdates "INCLUDE"> ]>
> coo. I am glad someone is using this for real. I sometimes wonder
> whether we need to keep generating these fragment DTDs, so its nice
> to know someone wants it.
Absolutely. I am working on moving our stuff from P4 to P5, and we will
need to do exactly the same. The advanced users may well be using
software that works with schemas of various kinds, but we need to be
nice to those who choose to use (or are stuck with) software that
requires a DTD.