@in-progress

The attribute in-progress specifies whether or not the editors of the current file have not yet finished supplying the data, intend to make important changes, or otherwise wish to reserve the right to make major changes.

This attribute does not claim that the data is perfect or that it will not be changed. Rather, it signals to users, especially those who would use the file the object of a <source>, <see-also>, or <inclusion>, the possibility of major work that may render dependent data as wrong or invalid.

Formal Definition

boolean 

Defined at: TAN-core.rng

Used by: ~TAN-body

[Caution]Caution

Any TAN file marked as being no longer in progress should have at least one master-location.

Example 8.34. @in-progress

<TAN-T TAN-version="2018" id="tag:hans@beispiel.com,2014:ringel">
   <head>
      .........
   </head>
   <body xml:lang="deu" in-progress="false">
      <div type="Gedicht" n="1">
         .........
      </div>
   </body>
</TAN-T>


[Note]Note

Taken from ring-o-roses.deu.1897

Example 8.35. @in-progress

<TAN-T TAN-version="2018" id="tag:parkj@textalign.net,2015:ring01">
   <head>
      .........
   </head>
   <body xml:lang="eng" in-progress="false">
      <div type="line" n="1">Ring-a-ring-a-roses,</div>
      <div type="line" n="2">A pocket full of posies;</div>
      <div type="line" n="3">Hush! Hush! Hush! Hush!</div>
      .........
   </body>
</TAN-T>


[Note]Note

Taken from ring-o-roses.eng.1881

Example 8.36. @in-progress

   <text>
      <body xml:lang="eng" in-progress="false">
         <div type="l" n="1" part="N" org="uniform" sample="complete">
            .........
         </div>
         <div type="l" n="2" part="N" org="uniform" sample="complete">
            .........
         </div>
         <div type="l" n="3" part="N" org="uniform" sample="complete">
            .........
         </div>
         .........
      </body>
   </text>


[Note]Note

Taken from ring-o-roses.eng.1957

Example 8.37. @in-progress

<TAN-T TAN-version="2018" id="tag:parkj@textalign.net,2015:ring02">
   <head>
      .........
   </head>
   <body xml:lang="eng" in-progress="false">
      <div type="l" n="1">Ring-a-round the rosie,</div>
      <div type="l" n="2">A pocket full of posies,</div>
      <div type="l" n="3">Ashes! Ashes!</div>
      .........
   </body>
</TAN-T>


[Note]Note

Taken from ring-o-roses.eng.1987