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- From: Peter@ursus.demon.co.uk (Peter Murray-Rust)
- To: firstname.lastname@example.org
- Date: Sat, 14 Jun 1997 09:54:11 GMT
In message <9706140601.AA10887@MIT.MIT.EDU> Hyung-Jin Kim writes:
> I'm new to this list so I apologize if this question has been answered already:
We have not had enough discussion about HTML on this list - and I, for one,
would like version(s) of XMLised DTDs and documents.
> I was wondering if anyone knew of an parser that made well-formed XML files
> from HTML files. I know of a few tools that can DETECT mal-formed tags in
> HTML (i.e. weblint) but is there a tool that will do the conversion?
> Thanks! Please reply directly to me.
Mal-formed HTML (i.e. non-conforming SGML) is outside the scope of this list
:-). However, converting legal HTML (i.e. conforming SGML) to XML is a valid
activity and it could be useful to get feedback. It normally requires a
DTD (for example <!Element body o o (%body.content;)> means that <BODY> tags
are frequently omitted. There is also the question of what to do with EMPTY
tags such as <HR>. Does it matter if they are rendered as
I convinced myself that it did, in that the first has no child, while the
second could have a PCDATA child of value "\n" - at least in WF documents?
What is its value in <HR></HR>?
Could someone more authoritative give an overview of the XML-isation of HTML?
I need HT(X)ML to provide the text sections for CML...
Peter Murray-Rust, domestic net connection
Virtual School of Molecular Sciences
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