att.pointing provides a set of attributes used by all elements which point to other elements by means of one or more URI references. [ Language Indicators 3.6 Simple Links and Cross-References]
Modultei — The TEI Infrastructure [altGrp joinGrp linkGrp] calendar catRef citedRange gloss join licence link locus note oRef pRef ptr ref span substJoin term witDetail
targetLangspecifies the language of the content to be found at the destination referenced by target, using a ‘language tag’ generated according to BCP 47.
Zustand Optional
Datentyp teidata.language

<sch:rule context="tei:*[not(self::tei:schemaSpec)][@targetLang]">
<sch:assert test="@target">@targetLang should only be used on <sch:name/> if @target is specified.</sch:assert>
<linkGrp xml:id="pol-swh_aln_2.1-linkGrp">
 <ptr xml:id="pol-swh_aln_2.1.1-ptr"

 <ptr xml:id="pol-swh_aln_2.1.2-ptr"


In the example above, the linkGrp combines pointers at parallel fragments of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights: one of them is in Polish, the other in Swahili.

targetspecifies the destination of the reference by supplying one or more URI References
Zustand Optional
Datentyp 1–∞ Vorkommen von teidata.pointer durch Leerzeichen getrennt
evaluatespecifies the intended meaning when the target of a pointer is itself a pointer.
Zustand Optional
Datentyp teidata.enumerated
Gültige Werte:
if the element pointed to is itself a pointer, then the target of that pointer will be taken, and so on, until an element is found which is not a pointer.
if the element pointed to is itself a pointer, then its target (whether a pointer or not) is taken as the target of this pointer.
no further evaluation of targets is carried out beyond that needed to find the element specified in the pointer's target.