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   RE: [xml-dev] Quark and XML

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you could either use avenue.quark but they would have to tag the content or
export some pdf and then export to xml or use a semantic analyzer to tag the
content (paragrpah, title, and so on)...

I don't know if my mail is clear or you need more details :=) please do tell

-----Message d'origine-----
De : ari@lib.aero [mailto:ari@lib.aero]De la part de K. Ari Krupnikov
Envoye : jeudi 25 septembre 2003 20:25
A : xml-dev@lists.xml.org
Objet : Re: [xml-dev] Quark and XML

> -----Message d'origine-----
> De : ari@lib.aero [mailto:ari@lib.aero]De la part de K. Ari Krupnikov
> Has anyone here had any experience with Quark's XML output? I hear
> conflicting reports about it.

"Nicolas Toper" <ntoper@jouve.fr> writes:

> basically, it depends on what you need to do with the XML output... So
> please tell us :=))

I have a very simple newspaper article DTD (~10 elements, a subset of
docbook) that carries no formatting information. The XML is used to
produce an online edition of a small local newspaper. They first edit
a print edition in Quark, then manually cut and paste text into XML
and send it down an XSLT pipeline. They don't care much for preserving
any of Quark's formatting, but do want to preserve things like

Tommie, thanks for the pointers.


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