Going to have to convert XML to LaTeX
archaic at indy.rr.com
Sat Feb 15 07:59:37 PST 2003
"Matthias Benkmann" <matthias at winterdrache.de> wrote in message
news:20030215140359.1651dde3.matthias at winterdrache.de...
> If you create your own XML doctype (with or without an actual DTD)
> you can do everything in it that you can do with LaTeX and with an
> XSLT stylesheet you can convert it to exactly the same LaTeX as you
> would have written by hand.
Not being overly familiar with XML, it really seems some think it's the
cat's meow. LaTeX or TeX can produce very nice output in many formats
(with convertors) including PDF and HTML, whereas XML seems to need
LaTeX as an intermediary to produce customizable PDF output unless you
write either an XSLT stylesheet or an XML doctype. So what is better
about creating an XML template vs a TeX template?
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