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Durm TUSTEP Markup

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Tustep in general is documented at http://www.zdv.uni-tuebingen.de/tustep/tustep_eng.html. Here, we only provide an informal overview for users of the TUSTEP version of our Durm Corpus.

Generally, TUSTEP contains markup enclosed XML-like in <>, which is closed by a corresponding </> (just like in XML).

1. Font


#/+

Start italic

#/-

End italic


#k+

Start small caps

#k-

End small caps

#s+

Begin emphasis by larger spacing

#s-

End emphasis by larger spacing

<A+n>

Font size. A is normal, +n
larger (e.g. headings), -n smaller (e.g. footnotes).

2. Special characters


#.>

(French opening quotes)

#.<

(French closing quotes)

-

-- (hyphen)

%<

^

s

German "ß"

3. Layout


-----

Horizontal line. Sometimes with, sometimes without line number.

$0

at the beginning of a line: No "standard" line, i.e., a heading, horizontal separator etc.

<E+n>

Indentation. Unlike the <A> for font size, <E> is already the first indentation level.


<Z>

Centering


is at the start of the first centered line, i.e. the line containing the <Z>.


is at the start of each further centered line, in case there is more than one.


<you>

Side note on the right

<zou>

Side note on the left


In case of line breaks in side notes, the first line of the note is enclosed in ||.

4. Sub- and superscript


#H:

Begin superscript

#T:

Begin subscript

#G:

Text on base line again


Typical for footnotes: #H:1#G:) is 1)

5. Logical structure


@@<Sn>

Start of page n. Sometimes also written as <SEn>.

<P>

Paragraph, like in HTML

<-P>

Continuation of a paragraph on the next page