Sebastian and TEI-L,

On 8/19/2011 12:16 PM, Sebastian Rahtz wrote:
> In some ways, this may be easier to write and maintain? Since HTML a simpler schema by far.

In the general case I'd think so, yes; plus it's reusable.

Yet given how difficult it is to predict how HTML might be invalid, to 
the extent you can constrain and manage your inputs, you could find it 
more sensible to do it Conal's way. Or split the job between both. It 


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