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Re: working SGML package
On Nov 5, 6:30pm, Vern Hoxie wrote:
> Subject: Re: working SGML package
> On 05 Nov 1999, Gary Lawrence Murphy wrote:
> > For what it is worth, I found the OpenJade package to be much easier
> > to manage; it is pretty much a drop-in replacement for the sgmltools
> > without the sgml2x scripts.
> What is the URL? An ftp site preferred.
Links, CVS-style source tree, etc:
DSSSL/OpenJade Home Page
>From the documentation:
"OpenJade is a command line application and a set of components.
The DSSSL engine receives as input an SGML or XML document and
transforms it into formats like:
- XML representation of the flow object tree.
- RTF format that can be rendered and printed with Microsoft's
free Word Viewer 97
- TeX format
- MIF format that can be rendered and printed with Framemaker
- SGML or XML format. This is used in conjunction with non-standard
flow object classes to generate SGML, thus allowing OpenJade to
be used for SGML/XML transformations."
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