OxGarage is more or less just a wrapper arount the TEI XSLT scripts that
allows you to call the scripts via a webservice.
The scripts can be found at https://github.com/TEIC/Stylesheets
In order to customize these scripts you could setup your own profile.
There are lots of profiles that can serve as examples. OxGarage supports
calling the scripts within a given profile. So you would still be able
to use OxGarage if need be. Currently OxGarage isn't very good at
reporting problems back to the caller so unless webservice functionality
isn't excplicitly needed I would rather call the scripts directly.
Am 11.01.2018 um 11:40 schrieb Mike Engle:
> I'm currently working on a project in which we're using Oxgarage to
> convert word documents so we can publish original translations that
> have been written in Microsoft Word. The translators and editors work
> with Word and put the translations into a Word template we've
> created. Then we use OxGarage to transform the Word doc into TEI.
> After that, we run some XSLT scripts to convert the TEI into
> conformance with our schema etc and we publish the translation.
> This is working alright for us, but sometimes OxGarage doesn't work
> and we can't convert the docx to TEI. Moreover, we'd like to
> streamline everything so that we don't have to run the OxGarage script
> and then another script; we'd like to just run one script to convert
> the docx into our TEI without using OxGarage.
> Can anyone help me to get the scripts from OxGarage? Are they open
> and available to everyone?
> Also, do I need a special platform to run the script?
> Thanks for the help