Yes, I'd be very tempted to do something like this: constrain `<bibl>`
in your schema to contain a set number of child elements in a given
order, but allow them to be empty (all of which would be conformant TEI
subset), group them in a `<listBibl>` and transform to a table for output.
Would this run up against the same problem with the XML editor that
Jonathan originally mentioned?
On 2015-03-16 18:02, Sebastian Rahtz wrote:
>> On 16 Mar 2015, at 17:55, Jonathan Greenberg <[log in to unmask]> wrote:
>> Because in all of these tables, the row corresponds to the bibliographic item.
> <cell><p><author> etc ?
> or then again
> <cell><seg type=“citedRange”>
> or even (‘scuse abuse if detected)
> <bibl rend=“row">
> <author>Charles DIckens</author><cb/>
> <title>Edwin Drood</title><cb/>
> vel sim.
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