> [Fotis Jannidis:]
> one or more indices. But SGML software which does this, like Inso's
> Dynatext, is comparatively slow and far too expensive. Expensive not only
You might want to look at AIS Software's (now Inso France Development's)
Dual Prism. It's called an "online delivery solution" and can be
regarded as the equivalent of Dynaweb for the medium-sized market. I
know it's not free, but maybe you can negotiate an academic licence.
See www.balise.com for more information.
Inso France Development
[expressing only my personal views and opinions.]
> concerning the authoring software but also in regard to the fee you have
> to pay for each cd-rom you produced (Multidoc says on its website:
> $3.500 per 100 licence, that's $35 for one).
> We used in our young Goethe edition Folioviews by Opentext (as did the
> Norwegian Wittgenstein project) and our publisher can give away 2 books
> with 1500 pages plus a cd-rom for $50 (88 DM). This is the more
> materialistic side of electronic editing but I do think that next to
> open standards the price is an important factor to determine how useful
> our editions can be. I very much hope this situation will change to the
> better with XML. I am very much interested in other and different
> solutions for the browser and distribution side of TEI documents
> especially of larger corpora and would be grateful for any reports.
> Dr. Fotis Jannidis
> Institut fuer Deutsche Philologie
> LM Universitaet Muenchen, Germany