[osis-users] Representing non-original readings in OSIS (i.e. square-bracketed sections)

David Troidl DavidTroidl at aol.com
Mon Jul 19 03:53:57 MST 2010

Hi Weston,

P. 82 of the manual, 13.11.1. Elements allowed in rdg elements, includes 
'p', and a host of other elements.  Not sure that's the answer, but ...



On 7/19/2010 2:33 AM, Weston Ruter wrote:
> I realized that there doesn't seem to be a way to represent 
> subordinate readings inline with the scriptural text. For example, the 
> pericope of the woman caught in adultery in John 8 and the ending of 
> Mark are both usually encapsulated in single square brackets or double 
> square brackets, to indicate their judged originality. How would this 
> be marked up? The <rdg> element? In the schema, looks like the <rdg> 
> element is allowed inside of paragraphs and inside of notes. What if 
> the reading itself contains paragraphs?
> Likewise, for Mark 16, there are two alternate endings: one long and 
> one short. Can a <rdgGroup> be used in which there two <rdg> elements 
> containing all of the markup for the two alternate endings? Would 
> Would would the 'type' attribute value be for representing content 
> deemed not original?
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