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A markdown extension for converting Leiden+ epigraphic text to TEI Epidoc XML

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LeidenMark

$ pip install leidenmark

A Python Markdown extension for converting Leiden+ epigraphic text to TEI XML/HTML. Inspired by the Brill plain text (BPT) format that aims to incorporate Leiden+ into a Markdown-based syntax.

>>> from leidenmark import leiden_plus
>>> content = """\
<D=.r<=
1. Lorem ipsum dolor
vac.1lin
2. sit amet, con[ca.3]c
3.-etur adipiscing
=>=D>
<D=.v<=
lost.2lin
6. ut labore et dol
7.-ore magna aliqua
=>=D>"""
>>> leiden_plus(content, indent=True)

The output of the above lines is the following XML snippet:

<div n="r" type="textpart">
  <ab>
    <l n="1">Lorem ipsum dolor</l>
    <space quantity="1" unit="line"/>
    <l n="2">sit amet, con<gap precision="low" quantity="3" reason="lost" unit="character"/>c</l>
    <l break="no" n="3">etur adipiscing</l>
  </ab>
</div>
<div n="v" type="textpart">
  <ab>
    <gap quantity="2" unit="line"/>
    <l n="6">ut labore et dol</l>
    <l break="no" n="7">ore magna aliqua</l>
  </ab>
</div>

leiden_plus() is syntactic sugar for the registered Markdown extension, and equivalent to:

>>> import leidenmark
>>> from markdown import markdown
>>> markdown(content, extensions=['leiden_plus']) # Other extensions can be added to this list

Configuration

Given that this is a Markdown extension, conventions like *italics* and **bold** will also be recognized an converted (these in particular will additionally be transformed to the TEI element <hi>). Though these are in principle not part of the Leiden+ syntax, in practice the use of italics and boldface is still encountered a lot. Therefore, support is maintaned by default, which can be switched off by passing strict=True:

>>> leiden_plus(content, strict=True)

NB: The blockprocessors for paragraphs and ordered list are always switched off, because they interfer too much with Leiden+.

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