[NTG-context] xml and context

Wolfgang Zillig wolfgang.zillig at student.kuleuven.be
Tue Oct 25 09:30:55 CEST 2005

Thank you Hans,

I already started yesterday with some simple examples and it works fine. 
I think some more problems will arise when more complicated task needs 
to be done.


Hans Hagen Test schrieb:

> Wolfgang Zillig wrote:
>> Hello,
>> I'am starting with a PhD and I'm thinking about using xml/mathml and
>> context. I'm a bit confused with all the different ways to combine xml
>> and context, native xml, fo, xslt, texml, docbook, ...
>> What is the most promising way to do this?
> i'd go fo rnative xml + content mathml (most control over layout)
> it's not that hard to map xml onto context and you can always apply 
> xslt transformations to get other variants; for nice looking output, 
> forget about xml-fo; it's not meant for that
>> Is it possible to use mechanisms like bibtex when going that way?
> taco knows ...
I hope he will share his knowledge ;-)

> Hans
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