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Old 12-27-2009, 01:44 AM   #11
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Cool. I've updated the post, hopefully someone will find it useful.

Note that I've used both the verb and the noun form of create, modify and publish. In the Sigil forum, Valloric indicated he would support both. If that's no longer correct, let me know.

I checked the <meta> tag at w3schools right after posting; you're correct. No way to sneak that in as an attribute.

But how about this?

Code:
<meta name="OPF.file-as" content="LastName, First Middle" />
You'd only need one, presumably, matching the primary creator. It's not perfectly to spec, though, as each creator and contributor is allowed to have that attribute.

Or could OPF become a scheme? ie:
Code:
<meta name="DC.creator.aut" content="First Middle LastName" />
<meta name="DC.creator.aut" scheme="OPF:file-as" content="LastName First Middle" />
Since file-as and name display are unlikely to get mixed up, you could have a double-entry for each creator or contributor.

At this point, we've drifted beyond Sigil. I'm getting a little loopy, too.

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