Made significant progress today writing XSLT to convert the rather screwed-up P4 encoding we currently have into P5. Lots of time spent on a few small issues, such as converting
<handList> and contents, whose more obscure attributes don't map easily onto the P5
<handNote>. I now have valid working output from my sample abstract and entry files. However, there is more I'd like to do in terms of tweaking attribute values such as
@xml:ids. I also want to try to pull out some key information (dates etc.) which is currently available in the transcription and/or in attributes such as
@id, and record it formally in the headers.
Following that, I'll need to convert the project metadata file, and then the dreaded ography stuff, which is not TEI at all.
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