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Subject: DOCBOOK-APPS: Re: OpenJade vs. OpenSP.
Kevin, OpenSP is the SGML/XML parser and associated utilities. OpenJade is the DSSSL engine and "back-ends" that generates the formatted output. OpenSP can be used stand-alone to validate SGML and XML instances. It is also possible to integrate OpenSP into another application, such as an XML authoring tool. OpenJade uses OpenSP for parsing. In theory, OpenJade could use some other SGML parser. This is a fairly simplistic answer. I hope it helps. Gershon On Wed, 29 Aug 2001, Kevin Conder wrote: > What's the difference between OpenJade and OpenSP? I couldn't find > any documentation on the SourceForge site that clearly explained this. I > was assuming OpenSP was OpenJade's replacement.
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