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Mark-Up Complete!Eric Gratta on 8 December 2011 at 4:17 pm
With the completion of Chapter 42, absolutely the longest and most horrendous in the entire story, our "first run-through" is complete. Of course, we've being going back the whole time to make serious edits to our .xml file in an effort to accomodate an enormous amount of schematic developments. Hail to Gillespie!
Janis Chinn on 9 December 2011 at 10:29 am
I can't believe you managed to pick the two longest chapters in the whole story.
<stupid>...</stupid>Jacob Deitloff on 7 December 2011 at 3:16 am
Might be a little late in the game, but a <stupid>...</stupid> element, anyone?
Jacob Deitloff on 7 December 2011 at 3:17 am
Like, I'm talking for really stupid things here.
Jacob Deitloff on 7 December 2011 at 3:27 am
Also, along the same lines, <commend>...</commend>, for something that is done uncharacteristically well?
<narration/> to <pointOfView/>Jacob Deitloff on 7 November 2011 at 7:10 pm
In marking up chapter 37, there are at least two different instances of changed narrators -- at first, Draco is the narrator, then some unknown character (either Vampire, B'loody Mary, or Willow most likely) takes over the narration until it returns to Enoby. In order to handle this in the past, we created the element <narration/>, but now, I feel like <pointOfView/> would be a more aptly named element, so I went ahead and changed it in the schema (if we don't like it, we are more than able to change it back). But it functions as a head to <paragraph/> elements, and it also contains a @handle for who is the current narrator.
Jacob Deitloff on 7 November 2011 at 8:24 pm
We also needed to add an optional @partOfSpeech, as chapter 37 also contains a point where the reader becomes the main character.
Schema UpdateEric Gratta on 2 November 2011 at 9:26 pm
The regulation of the <attire> element has been changed in the schema to include @ornament and @ornamentColor - these account for extensively described articles of clothing. Also, the value "tights" in the @type attribute has been altered to "leggings" to encompass a more relevant set of garb.
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