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- From: "Simon North" <north@Synopsys.COM>
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- Date: Mon, 31 May 1999 12:22:00 +0001
Sebastian Sahuc asked:
> Is there a way to generated such a HTML document from a
> DTD describing a business model ?
If I've understood your question correctly, yes there is. Earl Hood
created a marvellous Perl tool called dtd2html that converts a DTD
into a set of linked HTML pages. I believe it's included in most Perl
archives, but the homepage for the PerlSGML suite is at:
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