> the short answer is that the stylesheets in oXygen don't have good support
> for <sourceDoc> yet. This will be added for the next release (soon). But how
> much one can generalize the display, I am not sure.
> if I may use your example as a test file, could you also make available the
> JPEG file?
Just over a week ago I did a conversion of our very old P4(ish) edition of "Three sermons on language" (http://nl.ijs.si/e-zrc/slomsek/index-en.html) into P5 and on the way was happy to discover <sourceDoc> - is it does what we did in the P4 version, only we hacked it there...
So, Sebastian, in case you need another example, there is the draft of this edition at http://nl.ijs.si/e-zrc/slomsek/tei/slomsek-2013-11-04.xml and there is the HTML on the web as produced for the old edition.
I am really curious how you will attempt the conversion, as to me it is not at all obvious where to fit sourceDoc into the overall structure of the (HTML) document - currently what the stylesheets display is <text>, and the whole structure of the resulting document relies on this. I was thinking that it would be easiest to have a pre-processing step, where some <divGen type="sourceDoc"/> would be converted into a <div> with the (TEI) structure you would want, and then have the standard stylesheets take it from there. But of course it would be nicer if this were not necessary.
Tomaz Erjavec, http://nl.ijs.si/et/
Dept. of Knowledge Technologies, Jozef Stefan Institute
Jamova cesta 39, SI-1000 Ljubljana, Slovenia