Archive of UserLand's first discussion group, started October 5, 1998.
Author: Paul Howson Posted: 12/13/1998; 10:22:37 PM Topic: Frontier-related announcements Msg #: 1164 (In response to 1117) Prev/Next: 1163 / 1165
This was announced on the ScriptMeridian list a couple of months ago, but some Frontier users may have missed it: Xmltr is a suite for UserLand Frontier. You can use xmltr to translate documents marked up with Extensible Markup Language (xml) into alternate representations --- such as HTML for publication on the web via the Frontier Web Site Framework or to a tool-specific markup language for print publication. Xmltr works together with the blox xml parser from Technology Solutions to translate xml into other formats. Blox converts an xml source document into a "parse tree" inside the Frontier object database (ODB). Xmltr traverses the resulting parse tree and invokes a series of translation rules corresponding to each markup construct in the source document. Download from: http://www.flexi.net.au/~tdg/xmltr/
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- Re: Announcing xmltr, Deke Smith, 12/14/1998; 5:53:47 AM
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