Dear Laurent and others,
I wanted to point out that (as far as I can see) TEI does not offer any
markup for two (quite basic) textual structures/features:
Both 'xy' may be the same language, and yet, the @xml:lang does not
capture this semantic at all.
(It seems unusual that we have elements for so many detailed, minute
textual traits, and on the other hand, we lack some attribute to express
(non)originality of the text language -- even for stand-alone
translations without any <link> to some original source).
Dne 15. 05. 2015 ob 15:48 je Laurent Romary zapisal(a):
> Hi Matija,
> The general way to do this is probably to use <link> between pairs of source and translated objects. I could imagine using @corresp as well.
> I am not enthusiastic at the idea that you use @corresp to point to a source. My feeling would go for @source (if we manage to expand the scope of att.source; or you can think of customizing a little here…) or possibly use @decls (pointing to your various sources in sourceDesc in the header)
>> Le 15 mai 2015 à 15:22, Matija Ogrin <[log in to unmask]> a écrit :
>> Hello. I have a question about 'translation'.
>> I have a multi-lingual ms. dramatic text, where in some part of the edition, I wish to publish the translated portions of the text (originally in Latin, German etc) along with the main text (originally in Slovenian).
>> Now, how can I make it explicit that some <p> and <stage> etc. are translations from some other language (then I can use @corresp to determine the source).
>> To put it briefly: is there a direct way for a <p> or <stage> to say: “I am translated from ...”
>> (Sorry if I missed something obvious; I browsed the G. for “translation”, and found the cases of <derivation> in the linguistic modules and @type='translation' , but obviously, a <p> cannot have a @type , while a <stage> should have the values of @type with entirely other meanings.)
>> Matija Ogrin, dr.
>> Neznani rokopisi slovenskega slovstva 17. in 18. stoletja (NRSS)
>> Inštitut za slovensko literaturo in literarne vede
>> ZRC SAZU
> Laurent Romary
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Matija Ogrin, dr.
Neznani rokopisi slovenskega slovstva 17. in 18. stoletja (NRSS)
Inštitut za slovensko literaturo in literarne vede