On Wed, Aug 31 2016, Bowers, Jack wrote:
> Hi Antonio,
> I agree with Martin, <ref> is the way to go.
> I just wanted to add that if you want, or if you have various specific uses of ref other than this, you can also use the @type to specify your reference is pointing to a bibliographic source, e.g. <ref type="bibl" target="theBibl">Baxter, 1983</ref>
You might also want to look at the discussion here:
https://github.com/TEIC/TEI/issues/1431. Towards the end, it looks like
@ref is going to become a valid attribute for <bibl/>.
For the time being, I currently use the somewhat verbose `<bibl><ref
target="#theBibl">Baxter, 1983</ref></bibl>', because it expands nicely
to use cases like `<bibl><ref target="#theBibl">Baxter,
1983</ref><citedRange unit="page">1--3</citedRange></bibl>'. If you
don't need the `citedRange' information, I also think that `<ref
target="#xyz" type="bibl"/>' would be your simplest solution.