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Re: XML to RTF(rtf to xml)
- From: "Ernest G. Allen" <email@example.com>
- To: firstname.lastname@example.org
- Date: Wed, 08 Aug 2001 19:48:37 -0700
I "second" Marcus Carr's endorsement of Rick Geimer's
RTF2XML. I used to use the EBT Rainbow converters but
now almost always use Rick's RTF2XML whenever I need to
convert RTF to XML. It works well, all of the OmniMark
source code is included (which has been quite handy
several times), and is free of charge (except for the
"beer-ware" aspect -- I still owe Rick a beer).
By the way, for all you SGML "old-timers" on the list,
EBT has removed the Rainbow software from its FTP site,
but if any of you want to snag a copy it's still
available at "ftp://ftp.ex.ac.uk/pub/SGML/rainbow/".
/s/ Ernest G. Allen
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At 4:02 PM -0700 2001-08-08, Marcus Carr wrote:
>Rahul Mahajan wrote:
>> Contrary to your question may i ask u one question?..
>> do u know about any rtf to xml convertor?
>Yes, have a look at http://www.xmeta.com/omlette/. It's written
>in OmniMark and works a treat.
>"Sterin, Ilya" wrote:
>> How would you convert RTF to XML? Just a question, since I can't see this
>> being done, unless there is a standard RTF XML schema. Who would define the
>The abovementioned does whatever it can - if styles have
>been used, they get carried through, as does ad hoc
>formatting. At least it gets you into XML, where you have
>better options for further refinement.
>Marcus Carr email: email@example.com
>Allette Systems (Australia) www: http://www.allette.com.au
>"Everything should be made as simple as possible, but not simpler."
> - Einstein