This can be indeed a solution. I'll compare with the decls possibility.
Le 6 juin 2011 à 12:42, Marjorie Burghart a écrit :
> Hi Laurent!
> Just out of curiosity: why don't you want to use the Criitcal Apparatus module for that? Bascally, it just records textual variants, and doesn't imply that you must have a critical point of view.
> Best wishes,
> Le 06/06/2011 12:04, Laurent Romary a écrit :
>> Hi James,
>> A very good proposal indeed. I am making a try at implementing this this afternoon with the students.
>> Le 6 juin 2011 à 11:59, James Cummings a écrit :
>>> Hi Laurent,
>>> I'm assuming that you don't want to make a critical edition of these, and note the variants between them. If you did then the Critical Apparatus chapter and<app> and<rdg> clearly is what you want (probably in parallel segmentation).
>>> Instead I'm assuming you want a single frankenstein text stitched together with bits from various texts but want to note that this division or that paragraph come from this or that particular edition.
>>> In the latter case, isn't @decls what you want? The<teiHeader> allows multiple<sourceDesc> elements and can you provide each of these an @xml:id and on any<p>,<div>, or other element claiming membership of att.declaring you use the @decls attribute to point to which<sourceDesc> is being invoked. At a phrase level, when inside the version from one edition, and supplying (say missing text) from another version you can use<supplied> and the @source attribute to do the same thing.
>>> On 06/06/11 10:21, Laurent Romary wrote:
>>>> In the context of a seminar with some students at the Humboldt
>>>> University, we are working on the edition of a manuscript (a
>>>> diary), for which we also have several (3) typed (on a
>>>> typewriter) versions, since the author had the idea to have
>>>> the thing published. I would like to have one single TEI
>>>> document to compile the various versions and would like to
>>>> record when portions of texts are coming from one source or
>>>> another. - We do have this nice @ed attribute, but which only
>>>> works for milestone - We could generalize (abuse?) @hand to
>>>> record the origin of the text from one source or another
>>>> (considering a reference edition (the manuscript), and
>>>> treating everything else as add's and del's from it - We could
>>>> also apply @ed to other elements (span's, p's, etc.) to trace
>>>> the source. Anyone with some experience/hint on this? Laurent
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