Subject: Re: SDATA entity mapping in Jade|
From: Dave Love <d.love@xxxxxxxx>
Date: Tue, 15 Apr 1997 14:49:07 +0100
>>>>> "Daniel" == Daniel Speck <dspeck@xxxxxxxxxxxx> writes: Daniel> Well, for one, I'd like to write a style specification to go Daniel> from Docbook 3.0 to HTML 3.2 (as a learning exercise for Daniel> me). Perhaps this isn't a good application of the DSSSL style Daniel> transformation. I need a way to say what should become of, Daniel> e.g., ™, “, ”, —, &ndash, etc. I recently did this with linuxdoc (with the same caveats), but since investigating Jade 0.6 I haven't had time to package it in case it's useful and not too misleading. I replaced offending SDATA entries in the `general' file with CDATA ones such as <!entity mdash cdata " -- " > to avoid losing Unicode entities being generated by Jade. Is there a better way?