Thanks for pointing this out: this looks very nice! But it doesn't work
for TEI P4, does it?
On 10/06/2011 17:07, Lou Burnard wrote:
> If you have the TEI stylesheet library installed, there's a useful one
> called oddbyexample.xsl (it's in the directory tools2) which will
> generate a list of all the attribute values used in the directory of
> texts you apply it to, in the form of an ODD file, from which you can
> in turn generate HTML documentation and a schema, using Roma.
> This is not dynamic, of course in the way that the other solutions
> discussed here are, but it's still useful I'd suggest.