I modified one set of the stylesheets to output MLA-style bibliography:
would you like me to send those added templates to you? I just used
mode="mla", and then added some choices to existing templates.
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On 1/3/12 6:33 AM, "Sebastian Rahtz" <[log in to unmask]> wrote:
>I have just made a new release of my family of TEI XSLT stylesheets, in
>time for the new year's encoding season.
>Since version 6.0 last November, these cover XSLT 2.0 and TEI P5 only,
>with no attempt to manage the older material for TEI P4.
>There are no headline changes, just endless fixes in the area of epub and
>docx generation, all or which conspire
>to make the world a slightly better place.
>My priority in the near future is to work on consistency of presentation
>and consistent handling of @rend values. You can also expect a
>boost in documentation soon, thanks to sterling work by Brett Zamir.
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