it was very easy to produce epub from TEI in oXygen (v. 20) using the
pre-installed TEI P5 EPUB stylesheet, automatically available as a
"TEI P5 scenario" for XSLT transformation of any TEI document. But I
was not satisfied with what the result looked like, so I ended up
transforming TEI first to HTML in oXygen (TEI P5 XHTML scenario), then
tweaking the CSS to suit my taste, and finally using pandoc  to
produce epub from html (pandoc -f html -t epub3... etc).
Neven Jovanovic, Zagreb, Croatia
On 18 May 2018 at 21:33, Peter Flynn <[log in to unmask]> wrote:
> On 18/05/18 17:07, Sylvain F éjoz wrote:
>> I am looking for a tool converting TEI files to EPUB files.
>> Does anyone have any experience in the choice of a tool among the ones
>> Note: I tried http://www.tei-c.org/ege-webclient/but I got an error
>> message during the converting process.
> I believe there are several, but I ended up writing my own in XSLT,
> driven by a short shell script so it's now part of my Makefile.
> I am presenting some aspects of this in my session on creating ePubs in
> the Hands-On Digital Publishing track at the XML Summer School in Oxford
> (9–14 Sept, http://xmlsummerschool.com).
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