RE: Im Lost. Please Help.

Subject: RE: Im Lost. Please Help.
From: "Didier PH Martin" <martind@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
Date: Wed, 23 Jun 1999 00:02:26 -0400
Hi Adam,

Adam said:
Unfortunately, there is no HTML backend available in jade, per se.
Therefore, the SGML -> HTML transformation uses jade's own
transformation language (that's why you use the -t sgml backend).  As
such, it doesn't use the FOT (print) system.  So, the upshot is that
you have to have two stylesheets, one for print, and one for each SGML
-> SGML/XML transformation you need to do.

Didier says:
No exactly. There is a HTML backend available in Jade/OpenJade. Jade should
be compiled so that the HTML backend could be included. To uses the HTML
backend with either Jade or OpenJade, you use the "-t html" command line
option. All this is described in the following article:

Note for Matthiew:
The reason why Norman's scripts have these two modes is that he used the
"t -sgml" option for HTML document creation instead ot the HTML backend.

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