Re: (dsssl) ATA 100 SGML

Subject: Re: (dsssl) ATA 100 SGML
From: Jany Quintard <jany.quintard@xxxxxxx>
Date: Fri, 25 Apr 2003 09:35:38 +0200
* Tim McDaniel [Fri, 25/04/2003 at 01:13 -0500]
> On Fri, 25 Apr 2003, Ian Castle <ian.castle@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
> > I would recommend using openjade rather than jade
> Why?
IIRC, Openjade is the follower of jade after version 1.2.1
The development of jade has been taken over by a team of volunteers.
>From version 1.3, Jade is called OpenJade.
It has then some improvements and bug fixes.
I use:
openjade:I: "OpenJade" version "1.4devel"
openjade:I: "OpenSP" version "1.5pre6"
These are not "stable" versions but work very fine and I da=on't have
any problems.

> > A slightly different approach would be to use openjade (opensp) to
> > convert your SGML to XML (osx is the tool - part of openjade up to
> > 1.3.1, distributed with OpenSP 1.5 which is the most recent version)
> What is "osx" and what is "OpenSP"?
OpenSP is Open SP (SGML Parser). SP is the base of Jade.
o(pens)sx is an SGML to XML converter. The o stands for "open".

All these tools have a very consistent interface and use the same base


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