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Re: Changes to Texinfo DTD

From: Nic Ferrier
Subject: Re: Changes to Texinfo DTD
Date: 18 Nov 2003 21:18:52 +0000

"Robert J. Chassell" <address@hidden> writes:

>    > [Also, how do you view an XML file with a DTD in a manner that looks
>    > like graphically displayed HTML, as in Mozilla; how do you do the same
>    > in Emacs?]
>    [...]
>    One could write a CSS for texinfo XML, so that at least some browsers,
>    like Mozilla, could render it.
> That would be useful.  I use Galeon (which I presume would also use
> the CSS).  The next step would be to persuade the Mozilla/Galeon
> developers to make it easy to bind next, prev, up, last,
> regexp-search, and spacebar to keystrokes, so you could avoid the
> mouse.  As for me, the most vital capability is to be able to regexp
> search through a complete document that is in multiple files (i.e.,
> the equivalent of the Info-search command), and not attempt to go
> outside the document.

It would be better to provide an XSLT. The XSL could handle things
like keystrokes by associating javascript actions with markup (eg:

When I write articles I use an XSLT for transforming the Texinfo
XML. I could adapt that if you like.


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