I’d vote for updating the teibare.odd – because it seems like a simple fix and would bring the spirit (the documentation) back in alignment with the schema.
> Am 08.03.2018 um 18:27 schrieb Lou Burnard <[log in to unmask]>:
> I've just been alerted (thanks Peter) to a problem in the teibare.odd which appears in the current TEI/exemplars directory (and is part of the oxygen TEI framework, updated at each release).
> According to the text of the ODD "Finally three of the TEI attribute classes are simplified. The attributes xml:space, rend, and xml:base
> are removed from the att.global class, so that this now makes available to all elements only the following attributes: <att>xml:id</att>, <att>n</att>, and
> <att>xml:lang</att>. " But of course this is no longer true, because @rend is now supplied by att.global.rendition rather than by att.global (along with a lot of other weird attributes which weren't there before).
> One solution might be to tie this ODD explicitly to a much earlier release of the Guidelines by means of a @source parameter. That would test whether all the tools in the processing chain Do The Right Thing in such a case.
> Another might be to bring the ODD up to date, e.g. by deleting the att.global.rendition class. That would probably be less upsetting for existing tools.
> Or we could just leave well alone, and be prepared to shrug when people complain that TEI Bare is really not as bare as it claims to be...