Hi Martin,

I think it does exist, if I understand correctly what you want, in the 
documentation you can generate from the ODD file using (e.g. in Oxygen) 
the TEI ODD XHTML transformation. With that, you should get a sort of 
customized TEI Guidelines, in which the reference page for each element 
and class will provide you with both XML and compact syntax as seen here:


(Scroll down to Declaration, and use the button to switch formats.)


On 15-08-07 12:29 PM, Martin Mueller wrote:
> Here is a question that probably just demonstrates my ignorance, but
> here it is anyhow. I'm trying to get familiar with ODD and read the
> document. I can read it as an XML file in oXygen, which is ugly but
> possible. I can also read it in an html transformation, which is a lot
> easier to read, but the code isn't displayed. What I'd like to read is a
> readable version of the ODD, in which the code that does the work is
> clearly identified and displayed in a user-friendly and readable manner.
> Does that display exist somewhere?
> MM
> Martin Mueller
> Professor emeritus of English and Classics
> Northwestern University