[osis-core] <chapter> in <lg>

Patrick Durusau osis-core@bibletechnologieswg.org
Sat, 31 May 2003 05:43:25 -0400


Well, and we have the case with Rev. 12:17 (18? in newer versions) that 
Chris pointed out.

Suspect that if content models to be meaningful that we won't be able to 
accomodate every oddity in the text. Otherwise, we wind up the the OED 
*ANY* content model, which makes stylesheets and processing all but 

Since there are only two cases that have been pointed out, one with a 
<lg> and Chris's report of what sounds like (I don't have a version to 
verify this observation) the split of a verse (I am sure there are 
others but also oddities and not regular occurrences), my first reaction 
is to close the element in question and then close the chapter. That at 
least preserves the book/chapter division for the tradition you are 
encoding, although it then raises the question of linking the part you 

Comments, thoughts?


Todd Tillinghast wrote:

>Bible.CEV.Eccl.10 starts in the middle of a <lg>.  
>This is a pretty ugly case.
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Patrick Durusau
Director of Research and Development
Society of Biblical Literature
Co-Editor, ISO 13250, Topic Maps -- Reference Model