Best Practices for TEI in Libraries: A guide for mass digitization, automated workflows, and promotion of interoperability with XML using the TEI
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Best Practices for TEI in Libraries

This repository contains the ODD source files for Best Practices for TEI in Libraries: A guide for mass digitization, automated workflows, and promotion of interoperability with XML using the TEI.

To check out a copy of this repository to your local system use:

   git clone https://github.com/kshawkin/Best-Practices-for-TEI-in-Libraries.git

You can look at, play with, and even modify the files to your heart’s content. If you like to submit your changes to the editors for inclusion, issue a pull request. (I.e., surf over to (https://github.com/kshawkin/Best-Practices-for-TEI-in-Libraries/pulls) and click on “New pull request”.)

There are a variety of ways to to generate schemas from the ODD. (And remember to generate both ISO Schematron and RELAX NG; or, if for some reason you can’t use RELAX NG you can also generate DTDs or W3C XML Schema).

  1. Submit the ODD files the TEI Roma website
  2. Install roma[2] on your machine[3] issue something like roma2 --patternprefix=lib3_ --noxsd --dochtml --nodtd --isoschematron lib3.odd .
  3. In oXygen, use the TEI ODD transformation scenarios.

To generate the main HTML documentation for the entire system, use something like

$ xmllint --xinclude main-driver.odd > /tmp/main-driver.odd
$ ~/Documents/Stylesheets/teitohtml /tmp/main-driver.odd

If teitohtml does not run on your system, you could submit the /tmp/main-driver.odd file to OxGarage instead.

Notes

[2] Available form the TEI project at Sourceforge; this is the program that combines customization ODDs with the TEI Guidelines and produces schemas and reference documentation.

[3] If you don’t already have roma on your Mac OS X system, you may find these unofficial instructions useful. The likely work on a GNU/Linux system, too.