your problem seems to be that <l> or <line> (or whichever element you
use @rend on) is not allowed in <rdg>. Frankly, I don't see the reason
for this restriction.
With best regards,
Martin de la Iglesia
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Am 30.12.2012 06:34, schrieb Chris Forster:
> Hi Generous Members of TEI-L,
> How would one go about recording differences in line indentation between two different appearances of a poem?
> For instance, consider two appearances of a poem. One looks like this:
> The sun sought thy dim bed and brought forth light,
> The sciences were sucklings at thy breast;
> The other is identical except that the second line is indented. What's the best way to capture this?
> For other types of textual variation, an <app> with <lem> and <rdg>s works seems pretty straightforward to me. I have, however, been encoding line indentation as @rends on the individual lines; is that my problem? Is there a sane way to record these sorts of variation in line indentation? (I'm not opposed to changing the way I'm encoding line indentation if that is the problem.)
> Thanks very much,