[NTG-context] Critical Editions?

luigi scarso luigi.scarso at gmail.com
Wed Jan 5 09:43:02 CET 2022

On Wed, Jan 5, 2022 at 12:00 AM Jean-Pierre Delange via ntg-context <
ntg-context at ntg.nl> wrote:

> Thomas,
> Even if I am an occasional user of CTX (mainly class courses for beginners
> and sophomore or by trying to write samples of what it is possible to
> achieve with it), and if I think I am aware about what can do CTX or what
> it cannot do, I didn't know that you wrote a  wiki page on TEI-XML with
> ConTeXt : even if I am interested by clever printing and issues with
> multi-languages texts topics, I ignored your precious piece of work. I was
> interested by the questions of Pr. J├╝rgen Hanneder, because even if I don't
> know a word of Sanskrit,  it is allways a true pain to begin with technical
> requisits when your real job is to think about the problematic meaning of
> ancients or less ancients texts. You precise clearly what I think about
> University mores, and J. Hanneder tell us his problems, which all of us
> know.
> There are, for people who are working on Ancient Greek, Latin, Middle Age
> texts or Sanskrit (or whatever) some commercial tools which seem do the
> work : but technical efficiency asks allways money.  I know of a company
> that works for a publisher, whose service is to code some Perl with text
> formatted in LaTeX and XML, in order to produce a display on screen and a
> printout on paper, until the page which presents the cover of the book and
> the summary of the contents, as well as its ISBN code, its price and the
> quantity of books in stock.
quite old (2014),  but perhaps still interesting:
embedding of a tei-xml into a tagged pdf

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