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Re: Online SGML tester
Actually it would not be that big of a deal for smaller docs but something
like the Consultants HOWTO which is 900 pages would be a real problem.
On Mon, 2 Oct 2000, Ryan VanderBijl wrote:
>It would be nice, IMO, to be able to cut and paste an SGML document
>to see if it gets translated properly. This is because I dont have
>access to sgmltools to convert a document myself. I realize that this
>is really a fairly difficult thing to implement. And there may be
>security issues which I am unaware of. Oh well. Its an idea.
>Ryan VanderBijl http://www.calvin.edu/~rvbijl39
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