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Thanks Radu —  for restoring my faith :) Unchecking the “Add default attribute values” did indeed remove the unwanted attributes from the output.




All best,

Toma 


-- Toma Tasovac | @ttasovac 

Belgrade Center for Digital Humanities

http://humanistika.org

On Wed, Jun 17, 2015 at 9:47 AM, Radu Coravu <[log in to unmask]> wrote:

> Hi Toma,
> It's possible that those extra attributes are defined as having default 
> values in the schemas used to validate the TEI content.
> Are those TEI XML documents DTD-based or Relax NG based?
> If they are Relax NG based and you are using Oxygen XML Editor to apply 
> the XSLT you can go to the Preferences->"XML / XML Parser / RELAX NG" 
> page and uncheck the "Add default attribute values" checkbox.
> Regards,
> Radu
> Radu Coravu
> <oXygen/>  XML Editor, Schema Editor and XSLT Editor/Debugger
> http://www.oxygenxml.com
> On 6/17/2015 10:41 AM, Toma Tasovac wrote:
>> Dear list,
>>
>> I’m converting some TEI files and I am noticing an unusual thing. Even
>> when I apply the basic recursive copy template such as:
>>
>>      <xsl:template match="@*|node()">
>>          <xsl:copy>
>>              <xsl:apply-templates select="@*|node()"/>
>>          </xsl:copy>
>>      </xsl:template>
>>
>> most of the elements in my dictionary (entryFree, form, orth etc.)
>> although not all (ref, rs) get mystery attributes in the output:
>>
>> opt=“false”
>>
>> which doesn’t exist in the original xml.
>>
>> Furthermore, in the otuput <orth> gets one more unwarranted attribute:
>>
>> extent=“full”
>>
>> I am using XSLT 2.0. My faith in the rational universe is shaken. Any
>> idea where these attributes come from and how to suppress them?
>>
>> All best,
>> Toma
>>
>> --
>> Toma Tasovac | @ttasovac
>> Belgrade Center for Digital Humanities
>> http://humanistika.org