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Liam Quin wrote:
> On Wed, Apr 14, 2004 at 09:58:09PM +0200, Sjoerd Visscher wrote:
>>Although the other suggested editors will work, Xopus is the *only*
>>editor that lets you use your existing publishing xslts for wysiwyg
>>editing. Other editors use the limited possibilities of CSS or require
>>you to create a proprietary transformation for wysiwyg editing.
> Doesn't Serna do this too?
Yes. Xopus and Serna both use XSLT. But Xopus expects the ouput to be
HTML or XML styled with CSS where Serna expects XSL-FO.
Rick mentioned that the documents are published on an intranet, so I
assumed he had XSLT documents that generate HTML.
If you puslish on paper, use Serna. If you publish on the web, use Xopus.