end/line — Week 11 Journal

1 Leave a comment on paragraph 1 0 The last big thing to work on is making the XML validation script more robust. I’ve been trying to bring in official TEI XSDs and DTDs, but I’ve been running into some issues with getting the schemas to work. That might just have to do with my inexperience with those file formats, so I’m going to talk with the rest of the group today to see if they know anything more.

2 Leave a comment on paragraph 2 0 It seems like the XSDs and DTDs I got from the TEI website are not formatted properly. I’ve been using a JavaScript module wrapped around something called xmllint. From what I’ve found, xmllint is pretty widely used for XML schema validation. I’ve tried a few different XSDs and found that some work and some don’t. It appears like it’s all on TEI here.

3 Leave a comment on paragraph 3 0 I hope that I can work something out to make these function properly. Otherwise, I’m just going to have to stick with the old script that I wrote before.

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