Re: (dsssl) Comparing style sheet languages

Subject: Re: (dsssl) Comparing style sheet languages
From: Jany Quintard <jany.quintard@xxxxxxx>
Date: Thu, 27 Jun 2002 11:33:27 +0200
* Håkon Wium Lie [Thu, 27/06/2002 at 10:51 +0200]
> Also sprach Jany Quintard:
>  > For the rest, I agree. Too much colors and not very easy to read.
Why not use docbook?
You could concentrate on the content and then fiddle with presntation.

> .../...
>  > Or maybe are you only interested in styling, Håkon?
> I'm taking a different, more practical approach. Instead of
> classifying language as style or transformation (which many people
> have (usefully) done before me), the study is looking for solutions to
> common problems. It's up to the language if it uses transoformation
> and/or style to solve the problem.
>  > BTW, do you see the "å" (&aring;) as "a" with a little circle above or no?
The setting in mutt seems OK.

> In Norwegian, the 'å' is a separate letter with its own place in the
> alphabet (the last, after 'xyzæø'). I believe this is the same for all
> Scandinavian languages, although the sorting order is different in
> Swedish. Just to make dinner conversations a little more interesting :-)
Så har du något att säga när du "tackar för maten".
I never understood why Norwegians and Danes use this strange sorting ;-)


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