It would be wonderful if I could find an easy way to translate my
ConTeXt source-files to html. So I was wondering if going via xml would
be a viable method. Unofrtunately, I know next to nothing about xml. I
played a bit with Emacs nxml mode and tried to understand "xml in
context," but a couple of stupid questions remain:
1) even with specialized tools like onyx or Emacs xml mode, will
writing these source files ever be as easy as writing TeX-source? Is it
worth the extra effort?
2) Can anybody point me to an example document written in xml that can
be processed by ConTeXt?
3) If I understand "xml in context" correctly, one has to specify quite
a few of the xml commands in a dtd so ConTeXt understands them. I had a
look at x-contml.tex to see what such definitions should look like. So
I wonder: if I have to tell ConTeXt about these commands anyway,
wouldn't it be easier to simply write a perl script that does these
conversions and translates TeX into xml?
Sorry if these are dumb questions, but these are my very first attempt