On 11/21/2013 10:21 PM, Sebastian Rahtz wrote:
>> Exactly. For one thing, the National Corpus of Polish files were posted
>> on the Web separately as the source TEI, the relevant schema and the
>> relevant ODD, but no attempt was made to make them usable *in situ*.
> eh? if they are TEI XML, they are valid against tei_all. If they're not, they're not...
> what is this idea of "source TEI"?
Scratch the "source", please, it's irrelevant. You complained about the
schema not being there, I was just pointing out that what's posted on
Web needn't function right there where it's posted.
>> The idea is: download the desired parts of the set, and you can thus
>> assemble a TEI-compliant (sub)system, on your disk. Only half of this
>> lunch is free. The microwaving is on you...
> i don't think I had any interest (today) in _using_ the resources. I was merely
> curious as to whether TEI examples on the web were in fact valid TEI.
> but thank you, Piotr, because your ODD file showed up an error in P5
> which I was about to commit, so you saved me some embarrassment...
You are always welcome ;-) Of course, I have no idea what you are
referring to. Please remember that that ODD is at least 3 years old.
Back then, the files validated (if the header was include-able), and the
ODD validated as well.