Arjan Loeffen <[log in to unmask]> asked:
> [...] In my asumption, a TEI 'engine', or 'browser' for that
> matter, would have to be able to process milestones, implement the extended
> pointer syntax, check for valid attribute values, understand %inherited, be
> able to check and implement the directions recorded in the WSD, and
> represent elements such as <expan> well. Can anyone tell me if this is
> covered in the DynaText browser? Which browser, if not DynaText, does all
> this for us?
I can't speak about DynaText in this regard, but SoftQuad Panorama
can do some (I think most) of the extended pointer syntax, attributes and
parameter entities. It does not use writing set definitions (WSD), and
I don't know about <expan> offhand.
There's a free version of SoftQuad Panorama you can download, which
includes TEI Lite (although we invented our own public identifiers, through
dire necessity! :-) ). You would want Panoram PRO if you were working with
your own files, crating style sheets, etc., though.
Liam Quin, SoftQuad Inc +1 416 239 4801 [log in to unmask] <URL:http://www.sq.com/>