PassiveTeX, TEI XSL stylesheets updated

Subject: PassiveTeX, TEI XSL stylesheets updated
From: Sebastian Rahtz <sebastian.rahtz@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
Date: Mon, 29 May 2000 18:31:01 +0100 (BST)
I have updated my dubious offerings at: XSL stylesheets for TEI documents,
              for HTML and XSL FO rendering an implementation of XSL FOs
              using TeX

The former have many small improvements, but remain ongoing work.

The latter is even closer to the March 2000 draft spec, but still
lacking in many areas. Sadly, it is hard to compare the results with
FOP and XEP, as they implement an earlier draft.

If you have not met PassiveTeX before, it is for you if want to use
XSL formatting objects to make nice PDF files from your XML and:

 - you have a TeX setup, and like the cut of its jib
 - you need multi-lingual hyphenation
 - you need MathML rendering now (PassiveTeX recognizes 
    the MathML namespace and renders it)
 - you want PDF niceties like bookmarks

It is thus targetted at a different audience from FOP. In this
release, the Web pages now have some details of the conformance to the
spec (albeit slightly informally).

Sebastian Rahtz

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