On 10/12/12 12:21, Jamie Norrish wrote:
> On Sun, 2012-12-09 at 23:03 +0000, Sebastian Rahtz wrote:
>> Just to follow up on myself, I took some of the teitohtml XSL apart
>> over the weekend, and rearranged it so that <p> in TEI converts to an
>> HTML <p> all the time; if there is an unacceptable block-level
>> object inside the <p> (a list, a quote etc), the <p> is termined, the
>> block object inserted, and the <p> restarted. This seems like a
>> cleaner solution.
> This is the reverse of the journey the NZETC went on, which started with
> splitting out block level elements from within paragraphs, and then
> switched to using div rather than p in such cases. I don't know if this
> has changed again in recent years, and I can't now recall all of the
> individual annoyances that led me to make the change.
I don't believe we're changed the generation significantly. I have a
list of URLs of corner cases in our collection if anyone is interested.
We use the list internally for testing, to ensure that a fix for one
problem doesn't break a fix for another problem.
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