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Subject: Re: DOCBOOK-APPS: DocBook and TeX/LaTeX
On Sun, 2002-02-24 at 11:18, Michael Wiedmann wrote: > - an approach to map DocBook XML elements to LaTeX code might be > "xmltex" from David Carlisle dating back to 02/2000. PassiveTeX takes this approach see http://www.hcu.ox.ac.uk/TEI/Software/passivetex/ From the web page: " - PassiveTeX is a library of TeX macros which can be used to process an XML document which results from an XSL transformation to formatting objects. - PassiveTeX provides a rapid development environment for experimenting with XSL FO, using a reliable pre-existing formatter - Running PassiveTeX with the pdfTeX variant of TeX generates high-quality PDF files in a single operation. - PassiveTeX shows how TeX can remain the formatter of choice for XML, while hiding the details of its operation from the user. How does it work? PassiveTeX relies heavily on work by David Carlisle (his namespace-aware XML parser written in TeX, xmltex)"
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